SUMMERSET, Wis. — Schwing Bioset Inc. recently completed a successful installation of a Beneficial Reuse system for the city of Immokalee, Florida, according to a press release.
“The project came in under budget and went from concept to completion much quicker than other options,” Eva Deyo, district executive director for Immokalee Water & Sewer, shared in the release. “As promised, the Schwing Bioset solution has proven to be easy to operate for our staff and very cost effective to operate, and the end product is exceptional.”
The Bioset process and reactor “converts raw sludge into Class AA Biosolids, making it ready for easy land application,” the release explained, and Immokalee chose to integrate into the design other products from the company, including the Twin Piston Pump and Dewatering Screw Press.
“The city of Immokalee was tremendous to work with throughout the entire process,” Schwing Bioset Regional Sales Manager Tom Welch said in the release. “Their vision and understanding of the value that the Schwing Bioset solution offered was evident throughout.”
The release also reported “the Schwing Bioset Team has executed on well over $150 million in projects” throughout North America and internationally.
You can find the release here.