When Contentnea Metropolitan Sewerage District Wastewater Treatment Plant installed their Huber RoS3Q screwpresses they immediately were able to benefit from the simple automated capability of the technology. The system required little operator attention enabling staff to focus their attention elsewhere. The improvement in dryness of the end product radically reduced their haul off costs.
CMSD receives intake from collection facilities at Grifton, Ayden, and Winterville and is responsible for biological nutrient removal from the collective flow. The plant has its challenges but sees daily progress toward overcoming them.
In this case study, learn how CMSD was able to meet its storage and capacity challenges.