Primary vs. Secondary Sludge

Sludge refers to the semi-solid residual material which is left behind from the treatment of wastewater. The two main types of sludge produced from the wastewater treatment process are primary and secondary sludge. Primary sludge is a result of the capture of...

Turn Off Your Aeration; Increase Savings

The typical activated sludge aeration process consumes approximately 50 to 65% of the net power demand for a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). Why would a community pay so much? There are three reasons. First, an activated sludge wastewater treatment process requires...