J-Vap Dewatering/Drying System Achieving Class A Biosolids
A shortfall in treatment capacity left the northeast Tennessee community of Mountain City under a state-imposed sewer-connection moratorium that hindered efforts to attract new housing, tourism and industry. Class B Biosolids produced on drying beds restricted options for beneficial use. Limited drying capacity on the drying beds influenced activated sludge waste rates, making process control a challenge. What they needed was a filter press.
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