The city has formally approved plans to implement Lystek Thermal Hydrolysis solutions for biosolids management
This project will play an important role in converting the facility into a Water Resource Recovery Center (WRRC).
“We are pleased to be moving forward with the implementation of the Lystek technology” says Justin Lawrence, Director, Environmental Services and City Engineer for the City of St. Thomas.
The city’s current plant is a conventional wastewater treatment facility. It provides wastewater services to St. Thomas and the surrounding area. Wastewater flows through the city’s sanitary sewer systems and 12 pumping stations and is collected at the WPCP for treatment.
With a current, rated average daily capacity of approximately 27,300 cubic meters or 7,212,000 U.S. gallons per day, wastewater is treated and subsequently safely released to the local waterway…