BIO ENERGIZER® Reduces Sludge at Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facility in New Mexico

September 22, 2017 Larry Cooper

A small town in New Mexico (pop. 1,300) had a municipal wastewater system with a flow rate of 50,000 gallons per day. The system included a series of three lagoons. A recent sludge judge showed Pond 1 had an average sludge depth of 1.9 feet, Pond 2 averaged 3.5 feet, and Pond 3 averaged 2.7 feet. The system was in need of reducing the sludge in its lagoon wastewater system to meet state requirements. Dredging costs were more than the town could afford to budget, and an alternative method for reducing the sludge accumulation was needed. To continue reading . . .

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