Innovation in Thermal Treatment

The city of Edmonds replaces an aging incinerator with biosolids drying and gasification

The City of Edmonds near Seattle is constantly looking for ways to improve sustainability at its activated sludge plant, which serves a population of 75,000 (11.8 million gallons per day design, 4 mgd average in summer, 6.5 mgd in winter). The facility is located on the edge of Puget Sound adjacent to the ferry terminal to the San Juan Islands with dramatic views of the Olympic mountains in the distance.

Read the full article by Chris Holcomb on the Water & Wastes Digest