HUBER Technology is a leading expert in liquid/solid separation technologies, offering a comprehensive line of screening, grit and sludge handling processes. HUBER serves the municipal and industrial wastewater treatment market with precision fabricated stainless steel equipment that is sought after by those in the municipal and industrial wastewater treatment sector.

Located in Huntersville, NC HUBER Technology, Inc. is a member of the HUBER Group as the wholly owned US subsidiary of Huber SE, based in Bavaria, Germany. HUBER SE, the holder of multiple patents, is the inventor and original manufacturer for the renowned ROTAMAT® and STEP SCREEN® products. HUBER’s experience and expertise is proven in over 25,000 installations worldwide. HUBER’s 175 years of commitment to high quality technology supports its focus on developing innovative solutions to lead the way in resource recovery. More information is available at www.huber-technology.com.

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Robust Septage Receiving Provides Reliable Operations And Creates Revenue Robust Septage Receiving Provides Reliable Operations And Creates Revenue

Huber Technology RoFAS Septage Station is designed to handle environments that would cause standard Septage Stations to fail. Easily processes large debris protecting headworks from unpredictable septage. Center feed allows for rapid offloading. Option for automatic hauler station. Revenue opportunities quickly realizes return-on-investment.

HUBER RoSF4 Coanda® Grit Washer Classifier HUBER RoSF4 Coanda® Grit Washer Classifier

To produce grit with less than 5 % organic content, we have developed our COANDA Grit Washer RoSF 4. This sophisticated grit washer, combines in a single unit, the conventional functions of grit classifying, conveying and dewatering with a highly effective grit washing process.

STEPSCREEN® Fine Bar Screen STEPSCREEN® Fine Bar Screen

Huber Technology, through its subsidiary Huber-Hydropress, is the inventor of the STEPSCREEN® concept. This design was unveiled in the early 1980’s to much acclaim and was readily adopted into the designs of well over 3,000 facilities worldwide since the STEPSCREEN® introduction.

RoS3Q Inclined Screwpress RoS3Q Inclined Screwpress

The incredible Huber Technology RoS3Q Inclined Screwpress for dewatering municipal sludge is providing impressive results in cake solids, polymer consumption, and capture rates. With its slow rotating auger the RoS3Q Inclined Screwpress can handle the toughest of sludge with ease.

The RoS3Q Inclined Screwpress can quietly run unattended by taking advantage of the fully automatic operation leaving plant personnel to be freed up to attend to other duties. By using only a fraction of the horsepower of other technologies, intermittent wash cycles, and frugal polymer dosing the RoS3Q Inclined Screwpress provides low cost of ownership.

SRT Solar Active Dryer SRT Solar Active Dryer

The basic principle of the HUBER SRT system is drying of sludge in a solar greenhouse using the available solar radiation. A special sludge turning system performs both spreading and turning of the sludge as well as its transport from one side to the other.

SP4 Strainpress – Inline Sludge Screen SP4 Strainpress – Inline Sludge Screen

The STRAINPRESS® is a horizontal pipe-shaped coarse material separator which consists of inlet and driving zone, screening and press zone and finally a discharge section with a conical pressure regulating device. The coarse material is separated continuously under pressure and periodical cleaning of the screening zone by backwashing is not required.

RoS2S Disk Thickener RoS2S Disk Thickener

Huber Technology provides an innovative solution for sludge thickening with its Ro2S Disk Thickener. The RoS2S Disk Thickener’s compact design allows it to fit in even the tightest spaces. 

Rotamat RPPS Centerfeed Drum Screen Rotamat RPPS Centerfeed Drum Screen

The Rotamat® family of products has been the backbone of Huber Technology’s explosive growth in wastewater equipment worldwide from the very beginning. The heart of the idea has been the ability to create a reliable fine screen that provides screening, conveyance, washing, and compacting all combined into one robust and simple machine. Each of the versions of the Rotamat® screens is a Huber original design.

BT Medium Temperature Belt Dryer BT Medium Temperature Belt Dryer

Drying of sewage sludge has to meet the conflicting demands between economic efficiency, energy supply, product requirements, disposal safety and utilization options. Drying of sewage sludge minimizes its mass, volume and disposal costs. The produced dry and disinfected biosolids are a valuable product that is well suited for its beneficial use. Different energy sources can be used to supply the heat required for drying. Huber uses a medium temperature design using temperatures up to 293 °F. This is because these temperatures are high enough to ensure quick drying and at the same time provide a cost-effective and eco-friendly utilization of waste heat. Internal recycling of dryer air via a condensator with integrated heat recovery reduces the heat demand of the dryer even more.

Rotamat RoK4 Vertical Screen Rotamat RoK4 Vertical Screen

The ROTAMAT® RoK 4 screen is the ideal solution for pumping stations, whether for new structures or refurbishment. Contrary to conventional screening systems which require manual cleaning, the screen surface of the ROTAMAT® RoK 4 screen is cleaned automatically.

The Huber Service Edge<sup>sm</sup> The Huber Service Edgesm

As you consider various technologies for your wastewater treatment application, the cost of the equipment as well as proper sizing and implementation are a critical component in the decision making process. However, sometimes how the machine is cared for after installation is not as closely scrutinized as it should be and maybe overlooked. We would like to take a moment to discuss features of what we proudly identify as the Huber Service Edgesm. What we mean by this is; from the moment you make an initial inquiry through the entire useable service life of the equipment, Huber Technology is committed to support you through the entire lifecycle of the equipment. This is backed up by five generations of tradition that demands that we take care of you, our customer. This is something that I observe as severely lacking and much in demand in our industry today.

EscaMax Perforated Plate Fine Screen EscaMax Perforated Plate Fine Screen

The EscaMax® is particularly well suited in situations where excellent separation efficiency is required in deep channels with high water levels. The sturdy EscaMax® screen is able to reliably cope with high amounts of gravel and grit. The two-dimensional screening elements prevent especially long fibres from passing through the screen and thus achieve the maximum separation efficiency.

RakeMax Multi-Rake Bar Screen RakeMax Multi-Rake Bar Screen

Protecting Your Investment in Technology
When considering effective treatment technology performing at design standards, the headworks of a plant might be the most critical place in a WWTP. What happens there will greatly influence the downstream process.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Huber Technology, Inc.

9735 NorthCross Center Court, Suite A

Huntersville, NC 28078

UNITED STATES

Phone: 704-990-2055

Fax: 704-949-1020

Contact: Wayne Grooms

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Benefits Of Low Inductance Hybrid Cables
    Benefits Of Low Inductance Hybrid Cables

    There are many challenges for mobile radio operators, installers, and system integrators that have to do with the installation of remote radio systems. Challenges include considerations for how the higher power requirements affect the inductance of newly integrated hybrid cycles, and how inductive voltage drops can be reduced. This white paper presents answers for these challenges, and offers ideal installation solutions for remote radio systems and their solutions.

  • Remove Debris BEFORE It Hits Your Sludge Pump
    Remove Debris BEFORE It Hits Your Sludge Pump

    The video shows how the Huber Technology STRAINPRESS® is designed to effectively remove debris from sludge without breaking line pressure. Sludge is pumped into the Strainpress’ perforated tube and flows through the perforations into a casing while debris is retained within the tube.

  • Fats, Oils & Grease Are No Longer A Struggle at Napa Sanitation District
    Fats, Oils & Grease Are No Longer A Struggle at Napa Sanitation District

    The Huber Technology Strainpress has helped Napa Sanitation District maximize its investment in the FOG receiving and injection system by improving operations, ensuring the protection of downstream components and enhancing the production of a valuable, revenue generating asset.

  • Fort Worth Turns A Liability Into An Asset
    Fort Worth Turns A Liability Into An Asset

    Fort Worth Village Creek has gone far beyond managing its scum. The plant has implemented an efficient way to continuously skim the scum out of the channel flow and effectively process it through anaerobic co-digestion so that its resulting methane gas is useable. In short, the liability was turned into an asset.

  • Dewatering Technology Dramatically Improves Operations
    Dewatering Technology Dramatically Improves Operations

    In a recent retrofit replacing a belt filter press with a Huber Q-Press®, the plant operations staff at Robinson WWTP leveraged the technology’s greatly improved dewatering performance to solve their sludge storage and distribution strategies. As result they are able to radically improve both operations and reduce costs.

  • Plant Solves Headworks Screening Challenge
    Plant Solves Headworks Screening Challenge

    Oostburg’s Black River Falls facility is a lean operation with limitations in space for screening technology and in the staff resources available to manage, maintain and report on the Village’s processes. Even though space was limited, Oostburg knew that putting a headworks screening solution in place would improve their operational efficiency. Oostburg found the perfect solution using the Huber Technology RoK4 confined space vertical screen.

  • Automated Solar Sludge Drying Frees Up Personnel
    Automated Solar Sludge Drying Frees Up Personnel

    Solar dryers are fully automated to feed, move, and discharge biosolids cost-effectively. Even climate changes throughout the year are easily monitored and controlled to produce optimal output. Installation is very flexible with options to add components at a later date. Full automation means employees seldom need to enter the greenhouse and are free to use their time elsewhere.

  • A Sunny Outlook For Tooele City Water Reclamation Facility
    A Sunny Outlook For Tooele City Water Reclamation Facility

    The City of Tooele, UT was looking to update their Bio-Solids program and move away from a limiting Class B product. They needed to produce a more flexible reusable material. The City found the Huber Technology SOLSTICE® to be the perfect solution and was pleased to discover the technology to be simple to maintain as well as provide a cost-effective operation. Find out how the dryer raised the quality of the bio-product to Class A.

  • Huber Supports Local School In U.S.
    Huber Supports Local School In U.S.

    Josey Chan has been volunteering for a local Middle School in Charlotte, NC for the science-based team Piedmont IB Middle School Science Olympiad. Since September 2016, she has been serving as a "coach" for the event of Meteorology. She was initially asked by a family member to help volunteer but got very involved with the program.

  • Put the Sun To Work | Spread It. Turn It. Mix It.
    Put the Sun To Work | Spread It. Turn It. Mix It.

    This video provides a close up view of the Huber SOLSTICE solar dryer technology in operation. Turning is very important in a solar sludge dryer as new surface area needs to be exposed to the dryer air. Check out how the turning mechanism helps to break up the sludge into smaller granules.

  • Fine Screens Protect Big Investment For North Las Vegas
    Fine Screens Protect Big Investment For North Las Vegas

    The City of North Las Vegas’s treatment facility is a membrane bioreactor (MBR) plant that was brand new when Huber’s rotary fine screens were implemented as part of its new advanced treatment and reclamation process. The facility uses smart technology that enables 24-7 processing with 14 of its operational hours every day unmanned. Huber’s advanced fine screening technology plays a key role in this impressive and innovative technology lineup.  

  • Center Feed Drum Screen Is Mission Critical To World Class MBR Plant
    Center Feed Drum Screen Is Mission Critical To World Class MBR Plant

    North Las Vegas has installed some of the largest rotary fine screens operating in the United States. The center feed drum screens are critical to protecting the membrane bioreactor, enabling the plant to maintain extremely low turbidity coming off their plant that is better than most potable water. Read how they are putting the ROTAMAT RPPS to work.

  • Sludge Thickener Delivers Savings & Improvements
    Sludge Thickener Delivers Savings & Improvements

    The comparison between the new Huber S-Disc and the existing centrifuge gave plant staff several improvements to celebrate. Download the full case study to read more.

  • Significant Energy Saving Resulting From Change Of Thickening Technology
    Significant Energy Saving Resulting From Change Of Thickening Technology

    During the summer of 2015 the Waging WWTP in the Bavarian Chiemgau district was desperately looking for an energy-efficient, high-performance sludge thickening plant to replace the centrifuge they had been using. The objective was to optimize digester capacity, gas yield and sludge handling in the overall process on site. Read more about their successful implementation.

  • Innovative Thickener Replaces Gravity Thickener And Improves Performance
    Innovative Thickener Replaces Gravity Thickener And Improves Performance

    The Chiquita WRF plant was looking to improve the performance of their existing gravity thickeners better than the 2.3% DS that they were previously achieving. In their search for a solution they discovered the S-Disc technology from Huber Technology.

  • Disc Thickener Technology Becomes Essential Key Component In Process
    Disc Thickener Technology Becomes Essential Key Component In Process

    BCR Environmental utilizes the Huber Technology S-Disc thickener in their sludge neutralization process. Because the system is both simple and reliable they chose to standardize on the S-Disc. The design of the technology enables the operators easy access to monitor their process. Read how BCR is putting the S-Disc to work.

  • New Septage Receiving Plant Results In Decreased Maintenance
    New Septage Receiving Plant Results In Decreased Maintenance

    Previously to installing their new Septage Receiving Station 18-Mile Creek WWTP had very little protection from unknown debris entering their plant from haulers. The plant reports that in the time that the RoFAS Septage Drum and WAP Washpress have been operating, they’ve processed many septage loads without issue.

  • Unpredictable Septage Conquered. Effective Offload Of Trucks Maintained.
    Unpredictable Septage Conquered. Effective Offload Of Trucks Maintained.

    With a septage receiving station, you never know what you’re going to get. The Emerald Coast Utility Authority in Pensacola, Florida needed a solution that could handle rocks, debris, grease and other unusual objects the septage might contain. The Huber Technology RoFAS system totally met ECUA’s expectation for reliable operation; handling anything that was brought into the system.

  • State-Of-The-Art Septage Station Handles Large Volumes Effectively
    State-Of-The-Art Septage Station Handles Large Volumes Effectively

    When SAWS in San Antonio sought to upgrade their septage collection system they faced challenges beyond what might be normally seen in a typical WWTP. By partnering with Huber Technology, SAWS was able to navigate through challenges and put together a world class system.

  • Plant Operations And Maintenance Staff Benefits From New Headworks
    Plant Operations And Maintenance Staff Benefits From New Headworks

    The high cost of maintenance and unsatisfactory performance of the aging equipment in the Bonnybrook headworks made it clear that significant changes were in order. The older poorly performing headworks allowed screenings to pass to the downstream process units causing operational and maintenance problems. By installing the Huber RakeMax® and matching WAP washpress, Calgary’s process performance immediately improved.

  • Replaced Screen Brings WWTP From The Stone Age To The Modern Age
    Replaced Screen Brings WWTP From The Stone Age To The Modern Age

    Havre WWTP was in search of a replacement solution that would improve their screening process. The old system often became plugged with rags. The City learned quickly to depend on Huber’s RakeMax technology to help it overcome its challenges. The highly effective technology enables the City’s operations to remove such a high percentage of inorganics that the downstream processing are more effective and components are less stressed.

  • Dependable Operation And Longevity Invaluable To Guelph’s Screening Process
    Dependable Operation And Longevity Invaluable To Guelph’s Screening Process

    It had become obvious to The City of Guelph that it was time to replace several of the components in its treatment process. Project leaders wanted to upgrade its treatment processes by implementing leading edge technology. By thoroughly researching what was available they choose the technology and vendor that was the best match for their long-term wastewater treatment goals of the City.

  • WWTP’s Screw Press Reduces Odors, Saves Money, And Takes Up Less Physical Space
    WWTP’s Screw Press Reduces Odors, Saves Money, And Takes Up Less Physical Space

    A WWTP chooses a new screw press that takes up less than half the space that the old belt press had occupied. This was striking for the operations team but not as striking as the fraction of time they needed to spend managing the screw press.

  • Dewatering Process Liberates Contentnea MSD Personnel
    Dewatering Process Liberates Contentnea MSD Personnel

    When Contentnea MSD WWTP installed their Huber RoS3Q screwpresses they immediately were able to benefit from the simple automated capability of the technology. The system required little operator attention enabling staff to focus their attention elsewhere. The improvement in dryness of the end product radically reduced their haul off costs.

  • Learn About How Sludge Is Reduced By Thermal Drying
    Learn About How Sludge Is Reduced By Thermal Drying

    Take a virtual tour of a functioning sludge drying facility. In a comprehensive overview of the Huber BT Belt Sludge Dryer technology you will see how thin sludge is transformed into a dry biosolids product. Observe how the different processes of dewatering, holding, conveyance, drying, and storage work together to provide a complete solution click here.

  • Unique System Can Handle Streep Sweepings And Vac-Trucks With Ease
    Unique System Can Handle Streep Sweepings And Vac-Trucks With Ease

    This video shows the receiving, treatment, and classification of WWTP grit, sewer grit and road sweepings creating cleaned and classified inorganics while simultaneously returning organics to process. The Huber Technology RoSF5 Grit Treatment Plant provides an automated solution that addresses the major challenge of different composition of the raw material entering a WWTP which can have a massive impact on downstream grit treatment systems.

  • Grit Washer Turns La Crosse’s WWTP Grit Into Green
    Grit Washer Turns La Crosse’s WWTP Grit Into Green

    La Crosse’s WWTP wanted to make some improvements to their treatment processes to make their plant more efficient and effective. Because of the odor, hazardous nature, and sheer weight of the organics-laden grit, La Crosse’s disposal fees were quite significant.

  • Screen Provides Critical Protection At 25 MGD MBR In North Las Vegas
    Screen Provides Critical Protection At 25 MGD MBR In North Las Vegas

    North Las Vegas’s field facility is an MBR plant that was brand new when Huber’s rotary fine screens were implemented as part of its new water treatment and reclamation process. The facility is “smart,” using a level of technology at which few large plants operate. Huber’s advanced fine screening technology plays a key role in the impressive and innovative technology lineup.

  • Fine Screen Technology Brings Star Water And Sewer District Into The Future
    Fine Screen Technology Brings Star Water And Sewer District Into The Future

    The RPPS Star Technology fulfills an important role in protecting the membrane bioreactor by eliminating as much solid screening as possible. The unit is dependable beyond expectation and performs extremely well.

  • Centerfeed Fine Screen Dramatically Increases Throughput
    Centerfeed Fine Screen Dramatically Increases Throughput

    The Rotamat screen has been a popular choice for protecting debris sensitive technologies downstream such as MBRs. Through a constant program of responding industry needs, Huber Technology has developed the RPPS Star Pro series centerfeed fine screen. When combined, the Star and Pro options for the RPPS increases capacity and enables for even finer perforations, allowing for increased screenings removal in a tighter footprint.

  • Tooele, UT, Harnesses The Sun To Reduce Sludge Volume And Saves Big
    Tooele, UT, Harnesses The Sun To Reduce Sludge Volume And Saves Big

    City of Tooele needed to reduce sludge volume that would produce reusable material, be simple to maintain, and provide cost effective operation. The Huber Technology SRT Solar Dryer was determined to be a technology fit to achieve Tooele’s goals. The linear feed design of the SRT Solar Dryer provided the ability to feed dewatered sludge to the dryer as it was produced. Read the full case study to learn more about their installation.

  • Headworks Improvements Resulted In Significant Reduction Of Maintenance
    Headworks Improvements Resulted In Significant Reduction Of Maintenance

    Previously the crew at Payson WWTP wrestled with clogs that required constant attention and increased system downtimes. With the installation of the new headworks, the comparison was stark because suddenly the flow from the headworks was debris-free.

  • Plant Experiences “Phenomenal Improvement” With Fine Screen Retrofit
    Plant Experiences “Phenomenal Improvement” With Fine Screen Retrofit

    Spanish Fork WWTP utilizes the STEPSCREEN® in two identical headworks systems. The technology upgrade has made a vast difference in plant processing. Prior to the implementation of new technology, only one channel was processed.

  • Alvaro Molina Chi Joins Huber Technology As Private Sales Director-Industrial For North America

    Huber Technology recently announced Mr. Alvaro Molina Chi joined North American Operations as Private Sales Director-Industrial. Alvaro will be responsible for overseeing all private sector industrial sales.

  • How To Be Sure You’re Buying The Right Wastewater Equipment
    How To Be Sure You’re Buying The Right Wastewater Equipment

    Sooner or later, each wastewater plant has to approach a manufacturer and discuss a purchase. Anyone who has ever tried to buy a piece of expensive, sophisticated wastewater equipment will know there are pitfalls. Some manufacturers offer the best solutions, others don’t. Some manufacturers will go above and beyond to meet a customer’s needs, others won’t. But how do you figure out who has your best interests in mind and who is just out to make a sale.

  • Finescreen Helps Plant Operate On Cruise Control
    Finescreen Helps Plant Operate On Cruise Control

    As part of the new facility for the City of Clinton, the plant installed a new finescreen as an integral part of the operations. What they discovered was not only a reliable and durable technology but the automated feature of the system was transformational for plant operations. Read what they have to say.

  • South Dearborn Has Hands-On Experience With Three Dewatering Processes
    South Dearborn Has Hands-On Experience With Three Dewatering Processes

    Throughout the years, plant staff first operated a belt filter press, then a centrifuge, and lastly settled on the use of a screwpress. Their anaerobically digested sludge presented a challenging dewatering situation for them. Read about their journey and the lessons learned.

  • See How The Q-Press® Dewaters Sludge
    See How The Q-Press® Dewaters Sludge

    In this 3D animated sequence, the inner workings of the Huber Technology Q-Press® are depicted. The video shows how the sludge enters into the Q-Press® and a slow turning auger moves the sludge through the dewatering process. The animation also shows how the automatic control of screwpress functions.

  • FrankenSpec - How Projects Can Go Awry
    FrankenSpec - How Projects Can Go Awry

    Collectively in the municipal wastewater treatment industry there exists a tremendous knowledge base. Among those who are actively engaging in the trade, a resource of innovative skill sets is potentially accessible through many of the individuals’ experiences and discoveries. The challenge is: How can these people work together effectively to benefit from this state-of-the-art resource?

  • How To Put A STRAINPRESS Sludge Screen In Your Facility
    How To Put A STRAINPRESS Sludge Screen In Your Facility

    This month we have introduced a series discussing how to remove debris in your sludge. The key technology used to accomplish this is the STRAINPRESS.

  • What Wastewater Utilities Should Expect From An Equipment Supplier
    What Wastewater Utilities Should Expect From An Equipment Supplier

    To let utilities know if they’re receiving what they deserve from their equipment suppliers, Water Online spoke with Henk-Jan van Ettekoven, president of Huber Technology. He discussed the pre­occupations of many wastewater utilities, the telltale signs that an equipment sup­plier is really considering their needs, and what recourse to take when expectations are not being met.

  • Considering Inline Sludge Screens &mdash; Municipal And Industrial Applications
    Considering Inline Sludge Screens — Municipal And Industrial Applications

    How do I remove screenings from my sludge? Even when screens are installed at the head of a treatment facility, debris always ends up in the sludge. Plastic parts and fibrous materials can cripple operation of important downstream technologies.

  • See How The STRAINPRESS® Removes Screenings From Sludge
    See How The STRAINPRESS® Removes Screenings From Sludge

    In this 3D animated sequence the inner workings of the STRAINPRESS® are depicted. The video shows how the sludge is pumped into the Strainpress’ perforated tube and flows through the perforations into a casing while debris is retained within the tube. An internal screw pushes the retained screenings along the tube’s axis into a conical dewatering and compressing section that is provided with a smaller perforation compared to the screening section.

  •  Reliable Solutions For Receiving Septage
    Reliable Solutions For Receiving Septage

    Different circumstances require different solutions. This holds true for septage receiving. Huber Technology makes available a portfolio of designs to accommodate the full range of possibilities such as grit, grease, and rags. The Ro3 design is an ideal setup for standard wastes. When unusual or debris laden waste is part of the challenge, the RoFAS screen is perfectly suited.

  • Valuable Lessons Learned With Unknown Septage
    Valuable Lessons Learned With Unknown Septage

    When SAWS in San Antonio sought to upgrade their septage collection system they faced challenges beyond what might be normally seen in a typical WWTP. By partnering with Huber Technology SAWS was able to navigate through challenges and put together a world class system.

  • Septage Station Handles Severe And Unusual Septage
    Septage Station Handles Severe And Unusual Septage

    Huber Technology RoFAS Septage Station is designed to handle environments that would cause standard Septage Stations to fail. Easily processes large debris  protecting headworks from unpredictable septage. Center feed allows for rapid offloading. Option for automatic hauler station. Revenue opportunities quickly realizes return-on-investment.

  • Huber Technology, Inc. To Provide New Sludge Treatment Equipment To The City Of Riverside, California

    Huber Technology, Inc. was recently selected by The City of Riverside, California to provide sludge dewatering and MBR protection equipment for a series of upgrades to their facility.

  • Technology Helps To Inspire Community-WWTP Relationships
    Technology Helps To Inspire Community-WWTP Relationships

    The relationship between the wastewater treatment plant and the community it serves is a delicate one. Unfortunately, politics gets involved because many plant improvements are purchased with municipal bonds.

  • Keeping Corrosion At Bay
    Keeping Corrosion At Bay

    A metallically-pure, stress-free surface provides optimum corrosion protection for wastewater treatment plants. Here’s how to get there.

  • People Leverage Technology To Transform Plant Processes
    People Leverage Technology To Transform Plant Processes

    Regardless of how the many wastewater treatment plants across North America and the world are configured, their missions are the same. At the core of their operations, these facilities are charged with maximizing the efficiency of managing their wastewater and water resources.

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