JWC Gets A Head Start On Greener Approaches To Waste Treatment

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JWC Gets A Head Start On Greener Approaches To Waste Treatment

Managers of wastewater facilities are discovering the benefits of receiving used grease and other high-strength organic wastes. As more and more utilities move toward greener approaches for waste disposal, JWC Environmental made sure to stay one step ahead of the curve.

JWC proudly announces the development of the Heavy Object Trap, model GRS, for grease receiving and screening. The system provides invaluable contributions to the ease, cleanliness, and overall functionality of a grease receiving system.

Many facilities are discovering mixing fats, oil, and grease with wastewater sludge increases the production of digester biogas. The biogas is then used to power turbines and generate electricity. The energy can serve the facility and be sold to others.

The Heavy Object Trap, also known as the HOT, features a variable bar screen with spacings of ½” or 1″ ( 12mm to 25mm) to capture and direct heavy objects such as rocks, silverware and trash into the debris basket. The largest basket can hold up to 2.2 ft3 (0.06 m3) of material.  The unique bar screen design and hot water washdown system* prevents screen blinding and allows high flow rates of grease. Continue reading…

Honey Monster SRS-XE – This Honey Does Even More for Septage Receiving

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Honey Monster SRS-XE - This Honey Does Even More for Septage Receiving

The new Honey Monster SRS-XE includes an exclusive auger tilt and swivel feature to make access and inspections even easier. The system will be launched at WEFTEC this year, booth 1831!

The Honey Monster® SRS-XE is an improvement to JWC Environmental’s award-winning Honey Monster. This automated Septage Receiving System uses a combination of grinding, solids removal, washing and dewatering to remove unwanted trash before septage is allowed to enter a wastewater treatment plant.

The pivoting auger assembly allows for easy maintenance and minimizes overhead requirements needed to remove the auger from the tank. This allows for easy inspection and removal. It features an Auger Monster® screen with 1/4″ (6mm) perforations that remove far more unwanted solids and trash than bar screens.  The patented dual compartment compaction zone provides significant additional dewatering. JWC’s unique dewatering segment prevents material from wrapping around the shaft- a common problem with other receiving stations. Additional filters keep the spray wash systems operating trouble-free, even when reclaimed water is used. Continue reading…