Dewatering Technology Dramatically Improves Operations at Robinson WWTP

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Dewatering Technology Dramatically Improves Operations at Robinson WWTP

Robinson Wastewater Treatment Plant had technology in place, but it was a 1982 model belt filter press that — on average — produced a 15-18% solids end-product. Due to that degree of dryness, the sludge would not stay stacked up in the sludge storage building, thus drastically reducing the plant’s limited storage space. Lawrence Quick and his team at Robinson WWTP knew that it was time to update the sludge dewatering process and they knew that better technology was out there. 

The solution that Robinson WWTP chose for its technology upgrade was HUBER’s Q-Press. What Quick and his team really wanted was dryer sludge. That’s pretty simple. Is it just coincidence that what attracted them to HUBER’s Q-Press was its simplicity? 

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