There are many advantages of biosolids dewatering. Removing the water from your waste before disposing of it can significantly reduce its volume, meaning it’s cheaper to dispose of. Using our biosolids dewatering process means that the residue will pass the standard “paint filter test”, as well as potentially reduce the amount of undesirable compounds present such as fats or grease (FOG) and total suspended solids (TSS).
Dewatering Units Can Be Static or Mobile
Many businesses find that a static dewatering unit can work well on site, particularly when they only have one place of operation, and use the unit as part of their production process. For other companies, a mobile unit is more appropriate, as it can be moved from site-to-site as required. We stock both types, enabling organizations to either invest in a suitable system, or take advantage of the rental options that we offer.
Our Biosolids Dewatering Units Are Cost-Effective and Easy to Maintain
All our units are created from premium materials, and are built to last. Designed to be easy to set-up and operate, the water that’s extracted from the waste is safe to drain into the sewer. Able to process high volumes of water, and requiring virtually no attention once it’s up and running, the system requires minimal man power, especially when compared with the more labor-intensive dry bed waste disposal method.
Matagorda Biosolids Dewatering Units Offer Excellent Value-for-Money
Our units are designed to save you money when compared to your current waste disposal arrangements. By setting up a system where waste is dewatered, and flocculation is encouraged, it’s possible to quickly create a cost-effective waste disposal solution. A growing number of companies are opting to buy a unit, and then sell their disposal services to others. To find out more about the opportunities that biosolids dewatering can bring, call us at (979) 245-5656.