North American manufacturer of decanter centrifuges and advanced biosolids treatment technologies Centrisys/CNP will kick off the Water Environment Federation’s technical exhibition and conference (WEFTEC) 2023 with a focus on sludge volume and disposal reduction, polymer consumption reduction, side stream phosphorus reduction, and digester footprint reduction. Its representatives will discuss equipment, processes, technology, and service offerings during the exhibition on 2-4 Oct 2023 at the McCormick Place Conference Centre in Chicago, Illinois, US.
In a statement, Centrisys/CNP said that booth visitors will see new installations available for dewatering and sludge thickening decanter centrifuges, low-temperature belt dryers, nutrient recovery technology such as CalPrex and MagPrex, PONDUS thermal hydrolysis, and centrifuge service and repair resources.
Other booth highlights include in-person discussions with its president and CEO Michael Kopper, president of CNP and nutrient recovery expert Gerhard Forstner and director of sales Josh Gable. Dave Steck, its new vice-president of sales and marketing, will be present as well. An overview of recent project installations, current nutrient recovery reports, advanced biosolids treatment case studies will be featured as well.
“WEFTEC 2023 attendees can dive into the technological innovations we have crafted over the past year, propelling the field of biosolids treatment forward,” said Kopper. “Annually, our team appreciates connecting individually with booth visitors, spotlighting technologies that have catered to our customer’s requirements, while displaying our blueprint for upcoming implementations across municipal and industrial sectors.”
The public can also sign up for the group’s upcoming webinar on 19 Sep 2023 about a recent case study, ‘Overcoming escalated sludge disposal costs through enhanced dewatering capabilities’.