October 22, 2013
The Kenosha Wastewater Treatment Plant is adding new technology that will help it produce its own energy and save money. In Partnership with Centrisys Centrifuge Systems, the treatment plant, 7834 Third Ave., has already installed a newly designed centrifuge that reduces wastewater and solids more efficiently...
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October 22, 2013
October 21, 2013 - James Lawson
The Kenosha Wastewater Treatment Plant is adding new technology that will help it produce its own energy and save money. In partnership with Centrisys Centrifuge Systems, the treatment plant, 7834 Third Ave., has already installed a newly designed centrigue that reduces wastewater and solids more efficiently.
October 7, 2013
Ideas ahead! By attacking key challenges with new thinking, Centrisys keeps driving the wastewater industry forward. Stay with us as the tradition continues – from more efficient dewatering, to polymer-free thickening, to the next valuable breakthrough …
October 3, 2013
After besting four competitors in a feasibility study, Centrisys Corporation has begun fulfilling a purchase order for one of the largest current wastewater treatment projects in the country: replacing 13 dewatering centrifuge systems at the Wards Island Wastewater Treatment Plant in New York City.
October 2, 2013
In 1989, prompted by the urgent need of a customer who couldn’t wait for a decanter centrifuge to be manufactured overseas, Centrisys President Michael Kopper and his team built their first dewatering centrifuge from scratch. It was among the first of many customer-focused innovations that would continue to drive the company and its industry forward.
October 1, 2013
Researchers wanted to compare conventional and novel thickening technologies in economic and environmental terms, carrying out the study in three steps. First, they collected operational data from GBT installations from several water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs) in the upper midwestern United States.