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A California plant saves substantial money on power, chemicals and hauling costs with a new biosolids process that reduces volume
Quick Payback
Steel framing goes up around the solids separation module of the Cannibal process.

The Big Bear Area Regional Wastewater Agency in Big Bear City, Calif., generated 5,800 tons of Class B biosolids per year. The 300 trips to the landfill were on winding mountain roads that dropped 7,000 feet in elevation.

Treatment plant workers dewatered digested biosolids with a...

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