Small waste water treatment plant needed a new, quick execution solution to processing challenges.
Waste water treatment of village lagoons that had not been cleaned in 35 Years and contained an estimated 3,000,000 gallons of anaerobic sludge
Consumer Beverage Waste Water Pre-Treatment Plant
Public water utility potable water treatment facility needed immediate solution for issues of high liquid transport, solidification & disposal costs due to a backlog of material.
Sludge build up in the Lagoons was being hydraulically dredged and land applied but it was very difficult to remove enough sludge in the short land application time frame to catch up with annual processing plant sludge generation.
Steel finishing mill in need of a newer technology to replace an obsolete dewatering system.
This axle rebuilding facility generates approximately 2 drums per day of grinding swarf mixed with cool an oil/water based coolant. This material, because it contains a large quantity of liquid, needed to be disposed of as a “special” waste at the rate of $400.00 per drum.
This mill manufactured paper products from Old Corrugated Containers (OCC). OCC rejects are the plastic, steel, tape and other non-fibrous, non-recyclable material that is a contaminant to the manufacturing process. This waste stream also includes a percentage of wet-strength and paper fiber that is rejected from the process as well.
Because of increasingly stringent Federal regulations, the large volume of wet waste was becoming an issue for the local landfill which this plant used, causing the landfill to refuse loads containing too much free liquid. In order to remedy the problem, in November 1995 this yogurt plant installed a Sebright Products Model 4030X High Density Extruder to process their wet waste.
This full product line dairy wholesaler was looking for a way to dispose of liquid dairy products and expired materials, including fluid milk, ice cream, cottage cheese, fruit juice and general plant refuse.