Centrisys/CNP to feature dewatering pilot trailer at Residuals and Biosolids Conference 2023

Attendees will have the opportunity to experience Centrisys/CNP’s dewatering centrifuge pilot trailer in three ways, including workshops, group facility tours, and scheduled private tours

Centrisys/CNP, a North American manufacturer of decanter centrifuges and advanced biosolids treatment technologies, will showcase its dewatering centrifuge pilot trailer at the upcoming International Water Association and Water Environment Federation Residuals and Biosolids Conference 2023 in Charlotte, North Carolina, US. The event will take place from 16-19 May 2023 at the Charlotte Convention Center. Representing Centrisys/CNP at the event will include CEO and founder Michael Kopper, CNP president and nutrient recover expert Gerhard Forstner, and sales director Josh Gable.

Attendees will be offered three ways to experience Centrisys/CNP’s dewatering centrifuge pilot trailer and connect one-on-one with company representatives. The dewatering optimisation workshop, private tours and Charlotte Water’s McAlpine creek water facility tour are scheduled at the event.

In addition, attendees are encouraged to attend a presentation about building for the future, a common sense approach for Kalamazoo Water Reclamation Plant’s dewatering facility upgrade delivered by city of Kalamazoo representative, Ryan Stoughton, and Gable.  

Kopper said, “The event is an opportunity for us to meet with wastewater treatment professionals to learn about their unique challenges and provide a first-hand demonstration of how our solutions can offer cost-effective, sustainable, and efficient results. We look forward to discussing our latest technology with attendees and share our commitment to advancing wastewater treatment processes.”

Centrisys/CNP’s dewatering centrifuge pilot trailer showcases technology, which is custom engineered for wastewater treatment applications. Pilot testing provides proof-of-concept used to demonstrate the viability of equipment and processes implemented, as well as collects data from sludge or slurry to offer more process information needed to make recommendations to exceed plant performance goals.