CST Wastewater Solutions wastewater-to-energy technologies

Thursday, 15 May, 2014 | Supplied by: CST Wastewater Solutions



The latest wastewater and green energy technologies not only clean wastewater to top world standards, but also extract biogas to substitute for fossil fuel in boilers and to generate electricity. The technologies can repay the cost of their installation in as little as two years.

CST Wastewater Solutions has expertise in low-carbon technologies (renewables, energy efficiency and hybrid systems), particularly waste-to-energy systems; carbon markets, regulation, programs and mechanisms; energy management and greenhouse gas management plans, verification and auditing; climate change risk assessment and strategy development; and turnkey contracting for lighting energy-efficiency upgrades.

The company provides a broad range of quality cost-effective water, wastewater and energy solutions. It partners global leaders in their fields, such as Smith and Loveless and also the Global Water Engineering group of companies, which specialises in industrial wastewater solutions and renewable energy solutions.

One example is the Rotary Drum Screen pre-treatment, grit removal and anaerobic wastewater treatment. Advantages of the screen, enhancing durability, hygiene and serviceability, include: non-lubricated chains and nonmetallic drive sprockets; upgraded running wheel design; no mechanical parts in contact with screened solids; corrosion resistant; designed to handle high fat and grease loadings; self-cleaning; and optional wedgewire slots or perforated holes screening.

Online: www.cstwastewater.com
Phone: 02 9417 3611
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