General information

Biosolids generated in wastewater treatment plants are estimated at 3 trillion liters (only in Canada) that are converted into 500,000 m3 of dry biosolids.

There are many initiatives that have been generated to process these wastes, but moving them is a costly task, with water being the major part of the product and the pollution that these generate


  • Bad smells
  • Pathogens harmful to health and the environment
  • They require large storage spaces (almost 50%) of the total of the facili􀆟es that produce them.

    Waste can be converted into organic fertilizers or electricity precursors (previously processed in biodigesters), but they must be processed with the aim of:

  • The elimination of odors, the reduction of particles and the sterilization of mater.
  • Reduce the space needed for facilities and facilitates the construction of more processing plants.
  • Reduce the environmental impact of wastewater treatment plants and the capacity to recycle water for municipal irrigation systems and other industrial uses.
  • Convert wastes into fertilizers and return them to the environment in a friendly way.
  • To be processed in Biodigesters with the objective of capturing the methane gas generated and using it as fuel for power generation.
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    Reconverting these waste materials useful for other industries and the possibility of being responsible with the environment, generating a business opportunity from waste is a common practice in our countries.