Resource Recovery

Greasezilla ™ is transforming the way FOG waste is handled in communities across the globe, with exceptional returns and best practices for our wide range customers. This one-of-a-kind system can separate up to 40,000 gallons of raw grease trap waste per day generating a return of 10-to 20-fold in tipping fee profits, without any incremental costs for additives, additional processing, blending or fossil fuels. After the separation. blending or fossil fuels. After the separation process is complete, the brown grease offtake is pumped into holding tanks to be sold on the commodity markets. The remaining water is pasteurized and nearly free of all suspended solids and safe for discharge into a wastewater treatment facility. Greasezilla is a highly efficient and an extremely profitable process, operating on only 5 percent of the brown grease it produces with further incentives of being a low carbon emitter.

BioForceTech is a truly innovative solution for handling of sewage sludge and organic waste, transforming biosolids into valuable energy and biochar.

The BioForceTech process is a modular two step system to treat either digested or raw sludge; the process includes BioForceTech’s BioDryer followed by pyrolysis. Overall, the process reduces solids volume by 90%, there are no additives required (only biosolids) and the system can be either energy neutral or energy positive.
By-products include syngas and a valuable carbon rich biochar material. The P-Five pyrolysis reactor has also been shown as an effective method for removing PFAS and PFOA from municipal biosolids.

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The JDV Double Membrane Gas Holder is a proven design to store digester gas with low total cost of ownership. Compared to other methods of gas storage, the double membrane gas holder is easier to install, has lower upfront capital costs, and requires lower operating capital. The double membrane design allows for variable gas storage within the inner membrane at constant pressure during gas production and utilization. Air held in the other layer of the gas holder provides pressure and protection which makes the consistency of pressure in the inner layer possible. Operators have full control of optimizing the utilization of gas to feed generators and heating systems, aided by the feedback provided by an ultrasonic sensor at the middle of the sphere which monitors the volume of gas present.

The Cambi Thermal Hydrolysis Process improves Anaerobic Digestion by using high temperature and pressure to break down complex substrates before they are introduced to the digestion process. Sludges treated through the Cambi process can also be introduced into a Digester at a much higher concentration. The results of incorporating Cambi at a WWTP are: up to 50% higher biogas production, increased digester throughput, improved dewaterability, and a Class A Biosolid.

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Waste ‘n WaterTech has grown and evolved over the last 20 years, and now stands out in Western Canada as having the best collection of water and wastewater treatment technologies represented by a single company.

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