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FS Award Release

March 5, 2014
Global research organization Frost & Sullivan has awarded Centrisys Corporation its 2013 North American Entrepreneurial Company of the Year in Industrial and Municipal Dewatering.

Frost & Sullivan’s 1,800 analysts study business best practices around the world, monitoring more than 300 industries and 250,000 companies. Their independent analysis in the dewatering industry confirmed that Centrisys is readily expanding and competing with other leading industry players by addressing relevant industry challenges, according to Frost & Sullivan.March 5, 2014

SavingTHK Thickening centrifuge

February 1, 2014
The THK thickening centrifuge from Centrisys is designed to thicken waste-activated sludge with little or no polymer. The system produces up to 8 percent cake solids running at flow rates of up to 1,000 gpm. Applications include secondary sludge, primary sludge, oxidation ditch sludge, digested sludge and MBR sludge.

IPPE Attendance Release

January 27, 2014
Right now, meat and poultry processors throughout the U.S. are gaining a competitive edge by capturing an unprecedented opportunity: they're efficiently recovering animal by-products and reselling them to produce millions of dollars in new annual revenues.

Can't Be Stopped

December 1, 2013
The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority commissioners took a beating from the public when they approved a $170 million clean-water plant upgrade, finished in 2009. As it turned out, that up grade and expansion saved residents and the environment a great deal of grief when Superstorm Sandy came calling on Oct. 29, 2012.

The Rahway Valley plant team fought off the storm and operated through it without interruption and without releasing any untreated water, while neighboring plants were swamped by the tidal surge and discharged billions of gallons of raw (diluted) sewage.

On the Fast Track

October 27, 2013 - By Erica Breunlin
Michael Kopper has always gravitated toward the fast things in life – from centrifuges that rotate water at 3,000 times G-force to Lotus and Audi cars that can easily handle speeds close to 160 miles/hour. With this need for speed, Kopper, president and chief executive officer of Kenosha-based centrifuge manufacturer Centrisys, began racing cars around age 40 after a lifetime of admiration for the sport.