Tuesday, June 23, 2020 - 1:00-1:45 PM ET
Throughout the United States, over 1,200 wastewater treatment plants are equipped with anaerobic digestion to stabilize sewage sludge into biosolids. With rapidly increasing populations, municipalities need to increase the existing capacity of biosolids treatment.
This webinar will present two technologies from SUEZ that alleviate the stress of overloaded digesters. Both the 2PAD and 6-Pack have been developed to easily fit into existing infrastructure, reduce the required hydraulic retention time in the mesophilic digesters and free up volume for additional treatment.
Not only can these technologies enable additional treatment capacity, but they also enable the plant to import organic wastes, such as residential source separated organics; food waste collected from industrial, commercial and institutional sources; and high strength liquid wastes. This webinar will introduce these enabling technologies and their capabilities to convert wastewater treatment plants into renewable energy facilities.
Additionally, attendees will hear first-hand from two facilities that have used SUEZ’s Biological Hydrolysis to maximize their digester utilization and import organic food wastes one through co-location and one through co-digestion. Each guest speaker will provide insight in their vision, plant operations and performance, as well as key considerations when importing external waste sources.
Speakers: Michael Theodoulou (SUEZ), Wesley Wong (GENeco), Tom Darby (City of Hermitage, PA), Nick Bonkoski (SUEZ - moderator)
This is a Sponsor eShowcase presented by SUEZ Water Technologies