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These two projects demonstrate the flexibility of Fluid Lift Gasification™ and the creativity of the Ecoremedy engineering team. The two drawings below reflect a vertical vs. horizontal layout for the same ECR-542 system (14,250 WT/Y).   Vertical Installation The Edmonds Project, located in Washington state, will be a vertically-oriented two-story installation in an existing incinerator...
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In Edmonds, WA, Ecoremedy is furnishing a biosolids gasification system that will process 14,250 WT/Y to biochar, and reduce all grit and screenings to concentrated minerals. Located near Seattle, it will replace the fossil-fuel fired incinerator with an energy-positive solution to promote a circular economy. The excess energy will be used to pre-heat the stack...
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During Phase I limited sludge supply, we operate 5 days per week, 8 hours per day, at >1 tons per hour (22% TS). Despite the daily cold-starts required during Phase I, the facility has operated with 69% uptime over the last 9 months. Drum dryer operations are now fully automated. The necessary permits for full-scale...
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Fluid Lift Gasification is coming to Australia! The equipment has cleared the Port of Melbourne and is now on its way to the client. The project will convert wood waste into steam energy and biochar for on-site filtration of reclaimed water. More details to come. #renewableenergy #biochar #gasification #biomass
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Ecoremedy is pleased to announce that Brian Novak, formerly of Environmental Process Consultants, has joined the team full-time as Director of Design Engineering. Brian is a global expert and leader in the thermal treatment of biosolids with over thirty years of experience. “The reason I’m so excited about Fluid Lift Gasification is that I’m proud...
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Thanks to the local and regional industry leaders who toured the Morrisville Biosolids Gasification Project on Monday. Construction is winding down and we are gearing up for a mid-summer commissioning.
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Ecoremedy and MMA were privileged to host the Staff Leadership for PA Senator Santarsiero and PA Representative Warren on Thursday April 11th for a tour of the Morrisville Waste Water Treatment Plant and the Ecoremedy Biosolids to Beneficial Products facility currently under construction. Pictured L- RRory Sullivan, Lab SpecialistDavid Mooney, President and CTO of Ecoremedy, LLCThomas Jennings,...
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All eyes will be on Morrisville over the next year as Pennsylvania-based Ecoremedy carries out a demonstration project at the Morrisville Municipal Authority (MMA) aimed at significantly reducing the environmental and financial costs of biosolids management while saving ratepayers and being a good steward to the environment. Through a partnership with the MMA, Ecoremedy will...
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Ecoremedy begins installation of their Municipal Biosolids to Beneficial Products Facility in Morrisville, PA. The facility is designed to convert Morrisville’s dewatered biosolids to renewable energy for process use and a nutrient rich, activated carbon product. The process requires no supplemental fuel. Design capacity is 75 tons per day of dewatered biosolids with Initial operations...
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Chris comes to Ecoremedy from Hydro-Chem, a division of Linde Engineering North America, where his experience with process design and control logic programming will enhance the Ecoremedy design team. While earning his engineering degree from Penn State University, Chris gained valuable thermodynamic experience while participating in a special project with Oak Ridge Laboratory in Tennessee....
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