Reducing waste disposal costs is a major concern for many businesses and municipalities. One of the ways to accomplish this is through biosolids dewatering. Here are some advantages to using biosolids dewatering.
- Dewatered biosolids have fewer odors. If you have an odor problem at your facility, dewatering can provide an immediate benefit.
- Dewatered biosolids are easier to handle. These have less bulk, making them easier to transport and to handle in general, because of this reduction.
- Dewatered biosolids incinerate more easily.
So, How Do You Go About Biosolids Dewatering?
If you see the benefit in biosolids dewatering, but you’re not sure how to accomplish this, it’s time to talk to a professional waste disposal company that can help you with dewatering.
In most cases, the company will provide you with a waste disposal system for your business. It’s important to work closely with the company to determine exactly what size system you need, where it will be located and how it will be installed.
Periodically, your dewatered waste must be transported off-site for disposal. Your waste management company can help you determine how frequently this will need to occur. You will need to decide if you plan to transport your waste to the disposal site, or if you will require a contractor to remove your waste. If you need to dispose of waste from your site frequently, it may be more cost-effective to invest in a truck for transport. Otherwise, it may be more cost effective to contract with a company for removal. It also depends upon how far you must drive for disposal.
Biosolids dewatering can save your company money and make waste disposal easier. Talk with a professional to see how this waste management method might work for your business.