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Centrisys Corp. Wins U.S. EPA Nutrient Recycling Challenge

Centrisys Corporation, a leading North American manufacturer of dewatering and thickening centrifuges, announced today that it has been named a winner of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Nutrient Recycling Challenge. The competition challenges companies worldwide to develop technological advancements that recycle nutrients from livestock manure more effectively. The recognition further solidifies Centrisys’ place as a global market leader in manure management solutions.

Local Firm Pioneering New Fertilizer Technology

May 03, 2016 - BY JAMES LAWSON
Process Aimed to Help Pig Farmers Cut Down on Contaminants
Kenosha-based Centrisys, a manufacturer of wastewater treatment equipment, is looking to expand into pig farm waste with a unique process that turns manure nutrients into fertilizer. While the company is still developing the technology and could begin manufacturing the equipment sometime next year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has already honored the company for the technology during the Nutrient Recycling Challenge.

Decanter Centrifuges Are Ahead Of Manure Management Curve

February 25, 2016 - BY JOSH GABLE
Management of manure is growing in importance for dairymen given a variety of issues that range from the inherent desire to protect the environment to the need to ensure profitability.
It’s why more and more dairymen are taking a page from industries outside of the farm and looking to decanter centrifuges for more effective separation of manure solids.

Did you know our THK Thickening Centrifuges can help wastewater treatment plants save energy?

The Kenosha (Wis.) Water Utility (KWU) is a forward-thinking organization that prides itself on continuous improvement, especially when it comes to the energy used and produced at its wastewater treatment plant.
Key to its ongoing efforts to upgrade its treatment plant are two Centrisys 200 THK thickening centrifuges that contribute to anaerobic digester efficiency, which in turn, allows the plant to reduce energy consumption. At the same time, the thickening centrifuges contribute to a first-of-its-kind process designed to enhance methane production as part of the plant’s over-arching goal to achieve energy independence—while also reducing the volume of biosolids that need to be landfilled.

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