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.
Another Federal Registration Received for Award-Winning Biosolids Process – A First for Western Canada
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).
October 8, 2015 – Cambridge ON – Lystek’s award-winning, biosolids and organics processing technology has received another registration from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for its LysteGro product, a true, organically-based, quality controlled biofertilizer. This registration is specific to the product being produced at the Water Resource Recovery Facility in the Town of St. Marys, Ontario.
“Lystek technology is now featured in six facilities across Canada and a seventh project is now underway in Fairfield, California. Combined, these facilities are capable of receiving and converting over 350,000 thousand tonnes of biosolids and other organics into federally recognized biofertilizer products annually. Our proven, diversion solutions are capable of providing reliable, year-round services for a range of communities. Some examples of those that have taken advantage of the solution are Guelph, Ottawa, Peterborough, Toronto, Owen Sound,…
Biosolids company with Waterloo link pushes re-use over bury
Since his retirement in 2013 from the Biology Department at the University of Waterloo, Owen Ward, professor emeritus in the Faculty of Science, has lost none of his passion for turning things people don’t want into things they do.
He has his own laboratory in Waterloo and throws the same urgent energy into , the company he started in 2000 to make better use of sewage sludge.
The term biosolids refers to the gelatinous residue from treating waste water.
Farmers spread some of it on fields, but most of the material ends up de-watered, compacted and buried in landfill sites.
“We look at the big picture,” Ward says of Lystek’s alternative re-use model. “We’re drawing…
By Kevin Litwiller, Lystek International
The RoadRunner – Fall 2015
The City of North Battleford has a population of almost 14,000 and is located roughly 130 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon, SK. The city’s wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) was commissioned in 2003-2004 and treats 5,700 to 6,400 cubic metres of wastewater daily. The plant consists of a headworks (a fine screen and grit removal unit), two trains of bioreactors configured for biological nutrient removal, two secondary clarifiers and a biosolids management facility. In accordance with the Permit to Operate issued by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment (MOE), the treated effluent is discharged into the North Saskatchewan River and biosolids from the biosolids management facility were formerly disposed of at the city’s waste management facility (WMF). The biosolids management building houses a rotary drum screen, to thicken…
City of North Battleford Wins National Municipal Environment Award for Implementation of Lystek Biosolids Management Solution
June 5, 2015 – Cambridge ON – For Immediate Release | On June 3, 2015, the City of North Battleford was presented with a 2015 CAMA Environment Award during the association’s national conference in Jasper. The award recognizes the successful implementation of a Lystek biosolids management system at the City to replace its historical practice of landfilling.
May 22, 2015 – Centre Wellington officially opens $24 million wastewater treatment plant. ELORA – Centre Wellington council took time this week to celebrate completion of the construction phase of the Elora facilty. In 2012, the Township of Centre Wellington began the construction phase to upgrade and expand the Elora Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and the Clyde Street Sewage Pumping Station (SPS). The township, Triton Engineering Services Limited and Wellington Construction Contractors Inc. announced on Tuesday that this phase of the project is now complete.
Approval Given for Execution of a 20-Year Lease Agreement between Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District (FSSD) and Lystek Inc.
May 21, 2015 – Approval Given for Execution of a 20-Year Lease Agreement between Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District (FSSD) and Lystek Inc. The Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District (FSSD) Board of Directors has given its approval for staff to move forward with a resolution to execute a 20-year lease agreement (with an additional 10-year optional renewal) between the FSSD and Lystek Inc., a division of Tomlinson, for the development of an Organic Materials Recovery Center (OMRC) at its facility in Fairfield, California.