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B.C.’s CRD biosolids application plan generates some backlash

British Columbia’s Capital Regional District (CRD) Board decision to overturn a ban on the spreading of biosolids is generating some backlash among residents who...
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New monitoring technologies enable biogas plants to optimize their efficiency

Modern monitoring technologies can help derive more value from waste and improve the yield and profitability of biogas plants. Read the full article in...
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Analyzing heating requirements for mesophilic and thermophilic biosolids digestion

This article compares the heating requirements of both mesophilic and thermophilic anaerobic digestion operating modes.
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Waste handling trends that save time, money and environmental impacts

Transportation and disposal of solids represents a significant operational cost for wastewater plants. Dewatering and drying can play a huge role in reducing the mass and weight of solids, lowering costs.

Maine legislators order wastewater plants to test for PFAS in biosolids

Municipal wastewater treatment facilities in the U.S. state of Maine are under pressure to meet a May 7 deadline that forces them to test...
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Lystek wins multi-year biosolids contract with the City of Guelph

Lystek International announced that it had formally executed a multi-year (up to 10) biosolids management contract with the City of Guelph, Ontario, on October...
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Biosolids digester replacement project delivers savings and helps sustainability

The process hydrolyses dewatered biosolids, using low-temperature steam, high-speed shearing and alkali, in an enclosed, low-pressure reactor.

London’s Greenway WWTP chooses centrifuges for sludge dewatering

London Ontario’s Greenway wastewater treatment plant takes in sludge from six other city treatment plants. Sludge dewatering is achieved using centrifuges.

Evaluating the performance of new fluid bed incinerators

The Duffin Creek Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) in Pickering, Ontario, is jointly owned by the Regional Municipalities of York and Durham.

New device reduces polymer use and controls struvite during sludge dewatering

HydroFLOW technology is being used in the wastewater sector to control struvite and other scale forming issues during sludge dewatering processes.

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10 tips to manage environmental risk during uncertain times

During the current COVID-19 pandemic there are many competing priorities, including environmental legal obligations that remain in force. At the same time, the pandemic will create new challenges in fulfilling these duties.
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