Applied CleanTech Study Shows its Sewage Mining System Cut Costs by Over 20% & Reduced Sludge Formation by 55%

Applied CleanTech, a groundbreaking sewage mining solution provider of recycling systems for wastewater treatment plants, will present a study at the International Water Conference WATEC 2013 on Oct. 22-24 at the Israel Trade Fairs Center in Tel Aviv, showing that over a six-month period of 24/7 operation its sewage recycling system reduced costs by 20 percent and cut the formation of sludge formation by 55 percent in the wastewater treatment plant of one of Israel’s northern cities.

Applied CleanTech’s revolutionary Sewage Recycling System (SRS™) changes the concept of how wastewater is treated – instead of attempting hopelessly to reduce or eliminate the amount of sludge, preventing sludge from ever being created in the first place and automatically converting the bio-solids into Recyllose™ – a new sterilized product which is automatically packed into a reusable commodity and transported to paper, construction, plastic and energy industries.


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