Advanced Dewatering & Drying System – A Performance Model
In 2004, Severn Trent Water entered into an agreement with TVD (UK) to install and operate advanced dewatering and drying equipment, the DryVac System. The facility would be sized to process 40-50 dry metric tonnes of anaerobically digested sludge at 25% solids. This would process the daily sludge loading of Severn Trent Water's Finham Wastewater Treatment plant in Coventry, United Kingdom plus additional liquid waste, which would be trucked from smaller wastewater plants in the local area. The Finham Wastewater Treatment plant serves a population of 450,000. Over the next 14 months, the DryVac system, supplied by Dehydration & Environmental Systems, Inc (USA), was designed, manufactured, and installed. TVD (UK) began operations in January 2006.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-10-01
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