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October 27, 2016 – Cambridge ON. – For Immediate Release | Excitement was high at the Grand Opening of Lystek’ s new, 150,000 (U.S.) ton, state-of-the-art, Organic Material Recovery Center at the Fairfield Suisun Sewer District (Lystek OMRC-FSSD) in California on Friday, October 21st. Staff and management of Lystek and its parent company, the Tomlinson Group were joined by Greg Baatrup, GM of the FSSD and a variety of other distinguished guests including members of the FSSD board, a number of new and prospective customers, many of the primary project partners and sponsors of the event.

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Thinking About Biosolids; Joining the Movement from Class B to Class A

Historically, most of us did not think about biosolids.

For many years, this potentially valuable material was viewed as something we had to “get rid of”. It was dumped into landfills, over-applied to farmlands (i.e., not at proper, agronomic rates), buried in remote locations and/or otherwise “disposed” of. In those days, there were few choices in terms of the safe and proper treatment of this amazing resource. There were also legitimate concerns with things like pathogens and metals in biosolids.

Today, however, thanks to decades of careful research and advancements in the science of wastewater infrastructure and treatment, we know that it is possible to retain the good in these raw resources and produce of exceptional quality derived from biosolids. These advancements are allowing us…

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October 13, 2016 – Cambridge ON – For Immediate Release | InnServices Utilities Inc. (InnServices) and leading biosolids and organics solutions provider, Lystek International Inc. (Lystek) have executed a formal agreement to implement award-winning biosolids management solutions by Lystek at the Lakeshore Water Pollution Control Plant in Innisfil, Ontario.

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Read the article published in WEAO’s Influents Magazine Summer 2016 Issue featuring Lystek’s first Organic Material Recovery Center (OMRC) in the U.S. at the Fairfield Suisun Sewer District (FSSD) in California.

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Signs four-year service contract with Central Marin Sanitation Agency

September 29, 2016 – Cambridge ON – For Immediate Release | Leading biosolids and organics solutions provider. Lystek International Inc. (Lystek) is pleased to announce that it is ramping up operations at its new, 150,000 (U.S.) ton, state-of-the-art, Organic Material Recovery Center at the Fairfield Suisun Sewer District (FSSD) in California (Lystek OMRC-FSSD).

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September 27, 2016 – Cambridge ON – For Immediate Release | Award-winning, biosolids and organics solutions firm, Lystek International Inc. (Lystek) and the Town of St Marys, Ontario (St Marys) have entered into a formal agreement that will see Lystek look after all marketing and sales of LysteGro, the Class A quality, federally registered, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) biofertilizer product produced at the town’s Wastewater Resource Recovery Center.

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July 20, 2016 | St Thomas, Ontario | For immediate release – The City of St. Thomas, Ontario has formally approved plans to implement advanced, award-winning, biosolids management solutions from Lystek International at its Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP). This project will play an important role in converting the facility into a Water Resource Recovery Center (WRRC).

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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…

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