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Save the Date: Residuals and Biosolids 2014

April 30, 2014

For many years, we have worked with countless clients in the municipal sludge processing and biosolids industries. We are constantly working on new and improved technologies for these clients, and we always enjoy learning more about what’s happening in these industries as a whole.

One of the best ways to do this is by regularly attending trade shows, which offer the opportunity to interact with old and new friends, showcase our products, gain knowledge on trends and industry news, and remain up-to-date.

With all of that in mind, we are looking forward to the upcoming Residuals and Biosolids 2014 conference, May 18-21 in Austin, Texas. Organized by the Water Environment Federation’s Residuals and Biosolids Committee, along with the Water Environment Association of Texas, this exciting conference focuses on residuals and biosolids management, and it’s one of the largest municipal-oriented gatherings of its kind.

Over four days, technical sessions, educational workshops, and exhibitions will allow attendees and exhibitors to communicate, learn, and share information—opportunities that will prove to be invaluable.

At the conference, we will be showcasing our range of drying technologies, which include drying systems used for municipal solids and offer the unique advantage of creating marketable by-products.

We expect that our Uzelac Biosolids Management Solution (BMS) system will generate a lot of interest as well. It’s a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly alternative to incineration, and we’re excited to meet people who can benefit from this unique, highly advantageous solution.

As always, we’re looking forward to getting out there, seeing familiar faces, meeting new people, and learning more about all the technology that’s occurring in the industry. We hope to see you there—come visit us at Booth 707!

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