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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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March 10, 2016| Cambridge ON | For Immediate Release | Canadian biofertilizer producer Lystek International is excited to release a first round of in-depth, third-party, field data derived from crop trials completed during the 2015 growing year in Ontario’s agricultural heartland.

The Cambridge-based firm is quickly establishing itself as a market leader in the low temperature, low cost Thermal Hydrolysis space. This is being achieved by demonstrating how advanced technology based in sound science and research can not only help reduce the volumes and GHG’s that can be associated with biosolids and organics management, but also how these amazing resources can be safely diverted from landfills (or other, less beneficial uses) and converted into biogas for green energy, an alternative carbon source for BNR systems and a highly effective, pathogen free “Class A quality” biofertilizer…

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For years, North Battleford dewatered its biosolids and trucked the cake to the local landfill. The process was costly, created odor complaints, and was a waste of a potentially valuable resource.

Today, the city’s new low-cost, low-temperature thermal hydrolysis process is converting biosolids into a nutrient-rich, federally registered fertilizer, and establishing them as environmental leaders.

Read the latest cover story from leading industry publisher, Treatment Plant Operator (TPO) to learn more about the City’s results including:

• How a National Environment Award was won
• How a Class ‘A’ biofertilizer is being created
• How they saved money & are now able to generate revenue with the new product
• How the solution was easily retrofitted into the plant’s existing infrastructure
• How simple it is to operate & maintain

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December 9, 2015| Cambridge ON | For Immediate Release | Lystek International proudly announces the release of a new educational video series highlighting its role as a leader in biosolids & organics management. The videos aim to educate and inform audiences about the company’s vision, environmental stewardship and innovative solutions for responsible management of these valuable resources.

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November 4, 2015– Cambridge ON – For Immediate Release | In addition to the national environment award the City of North Battleford (City), Saskatchewan received from the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) in June of this year, for the implementation of its Lystek biosolids and organics processing technology, the City can also now claim that it is the first community in Western Canada to receive a federal registration from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for the LysteGro biofertilizer being produced at its Wastewater Resource Recovery Centre (WRRC).

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