17th febraury 2015, WaterWorld, Volume 27, Issue 4
Thermal Hydrolysis Plant at Davyhulme with installed capacity of 121,000 tonnes dry solids per year. [Photo courtesy Cambi].
Quoting ingress of WaterWord article:
“One of the world's largest facilities in Davyhulme is proving the importance of thermal hydrolysis technology combined with digestion prior to sludge incineration. Bill Barber, Rick Lancaster and Harald Kleiven discuss reasons for the technology choice and results from an energy study measuring inputs and outputs.”
To read the article “Thermal Hydrolysis: The Missing Ingredient for Better Biosolids”, please click here: