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Students at the University of Nevada – Reno develop a novel technology for drying biosolids and turning it into a high-quality fuel
Outside the Box
The University of Nevada – Reno’s prototype fluidized bed dryer was built in the chemical engineering lab. The university is now seeking partners and investors for a full-size commercial pilot project.

The University of Nevada — Reno has a business opportunity for a wastewater plant looking for an efficient and creative solution to one of its major expenses. Its chemical engineering students have come up with a new process for drying biosolids so that it can be converted to fuel....

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