INDIRECT THERMAL DRYING AND PELLETIZING IN TORONTO: SATISFYING TECHNICAL, PUBLIC, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS THROUGH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
Abstract:In early 1999, the team of US Filter (USF Canada) and SEGHERSbetter Technology USA, was awarded the contract to build a municipal biosolids drying and pelletizing facility for the City of Toronto, Ontario. The facility consists of two independent process trains designed to dry and pelletize a total of 25,000 dry metric tons of biosolids per year. The end product is suitable for use as an organic fertilizer meeting all criteria for pathogen reduction, vector attraction reduction, and Table 3 metals concentrations limits as a Class A product under 40 (CFR) Part 503 regulations.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2001-01-01
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