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CleanB System Helps Florida Wastewater Treatment Plant Save Money

NuTerra, a waste and biosolids management company, has commenced installation of a CleanB system at the wastewater treatment plant in Vero Beach, Florida. The new system will save transportation and energy costs, eliminate odors, and provide environmental benefits to the city. Completion of the project is slated for summer 2016. … Read more »

Biosolid Drying System Turns Revenue Drain into Revenue Source

A mid-sized Arkansas city has eliminated transportation and landfill costs associated with biosolid waste disposal by using Therma-Flite’s Bio-Scru thermal dryer. The city needed a system that could transform biosolids into Class A product. The city’s previous treatment system consisted of an advanced nutrient removal system and the production of … Read more »

Paddle Dryer Reduces Biosolids Volume Up to 80%

International technology Group Andritz has received an order from Kore Infrastructure to supply a paddle dryer for a biosolids recovery plant currently under construction in Rialto, California. In the plant, biosolids from wastewater facilities in Los Angeles that have normally gone to landfill will be converted into biodiesel and biochar. … Read more »

Veolia electronics recycling

Veolia Opens eRecycling Center; Synagro Plans Biosolids Recyling Facility

Veolia Environmental Services has opened an electronics recycling center that will serve the Northeastern and mid-Atlantic US while Synagro Technologies says it will build a facility in Florida to recycle biosolids and yard waste into class AA compost. Synagro’s $4.3 million facility will be based  in southwest Florida’s Charlotte County, … Read more »

City Turns Human Waste into $2.1m in Crops

Kansas City’s Water Services department has generated $2.1 million in net income over the past six years by reusing human waste as fertilizer on its own city-run biofuel farm – turning an expense into a revenue generator, the Kansas City Star reports. The city maintains more than 2,500 miles of sewers, treating 96 … Read more »