Webinar: Advances in Energy Usage With Thermal Drying Processes

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Thermal dryers offer numerous advantages in sewage sludge processing, creating new disposal options and cost reductions. However, these benefits come with the drawback of high energy consumption. Fortunately, recent advancements in drying technology have significantly reduced energy requirements, enabling more efficient processes and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions. In this presentation, LCI Corporation will showcase these advancements and how they can be integrated into your future drying process.


Chip Pless, LCI Corporation

Chip Pless is the Sales Manager for Sludge Dryers at LCI Corporation based in Charlotte, NC. Chip has worked in the wastewater industry for over 13 years, including over 10 years dedicated to biosolids processing; including sludge screening, thickening, dewatering, and drying. He has authored papers for various conferences including the Residuals and Biosolids Conference and has been part of the WEF Dryer Task Force. Previously, he held positions in the automotive & automation industries and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University.


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