Learn how Centre Wellington took advantage of a wastewater plant upgrade to convert its biosolids waste into a nutrient-rich, saleable biofertilizer.
|| In 2012, the township of Centre Wellington approved a $21.2 million project to expand its wastewater treatment plant in Elora, Ontario. The comprehensive project included modifications to its main pumping station and a host of other upgrades including a plan to convert the plant into a Resource Recovery Centre.
Read the full case study to learn more about the challenges that had to be overcome and the solutions Centre Wellington was able to implement including:
- Why the Lystek solution was pre-selected
- How the new plant design was able to solve biosolids storage challenges
- How Class B biosolids are now being converted into a revenue generating, Class A quality fertilizer
- How easy it is to train the operators and maintain this simple, proven solution