Students tour Transvac; Biogas plant construction begins; Mazzei partners with TDH

March 3, 2018

Industry news roundup: Engineering students tour Transvac; Construction begins for biogas plant with Anaergia equipment; Mazzei partners with TDH Company.

Engineering students tour Transvac

University of Nottingham engineering students toured Transvac Systems Ltd., a Derbyshire, U.K.-based global supplier of ejector solutions. Transvac provided presentations, tour of all departments and of its Research and Development test facility. Each year, Transvac works closely with the university’s engineering department to organize a student visit of the facilities. The tour this year welcomed chemical engineering undergraduates. Transvac offers a 1-year work placement for engineering students, and the tour served as a chance for potential applicants to see the facilities and meet the team before applying.

Construction begins for biogas plant with Anaergia equipment

Anaergia Inc. announced the start of construction at a facility in Yabu City, Japan, which will convert farm waste and food waste into renewable energy. This facility will use Anaergia’s advanced solid waste processing and wastewater treatment equipment. Toyo Energy Solution Co. has invested in the facility, and it will build and operate it. Organic feedstock recovered from the waste streams will be transformed into renewable energy via anaerobic digestion. Biogas, produced in the digestion process, will be converted into approximately 1.4 MW of electricity. Wastewater produced by the facility will be treated to reuse water quality standards using next-generation membranes from Anaergia’s Fibracast subsidiary.

Mazzei partners with TDH

Mazzei Injector Company announced that The TDH Company will be representing Mazzei in the municipal water and wastewater sector throughout Alabama, Georgia, eastern Tennessee and the western portion of the Florida panhandle.

"It isn’t easy to find a manufacturers’ rep firm with a technically qualified sales team capable of not only finding solutions to standard engineering problems, but that strives to find technical and economical solutions for municipalities with unique requirements too," said Jim Lauria, VP of sales and marketing for Mazzei. "With Mazzei technologies, TDH will now have the necessary options to help solve their customers’ water and wastewater needs."

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