In June 2015, the City of North Battleford, Saskatchewan was recognized with a national Environmental Award by the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) for conversion of its traditional wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) and historical practice of landfilling biosolids into a an advanced and sustainable, Wastewater Resource Centre (WRRC). This was accomplished by being the first municipality in Western Canada to implement Lystek’s proven solutions for biosolids management. 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 pathogen free, LysteGro® biofertilizer product now being produced at its WRRC. This is the sixth Lystek-enabled, thermal hydrolysis facility to receive this important distinction.
In the February edition of Treatment Plan Operator (TPO) the Cover Story delves into how Lystek’s Thermal Hydrolysis process has this Western Canadian city become an environmental leader.
Highlights account from this Feature Article include:
- Winning the 2015 National Environmental Award
- An in-depth explanation of the treatment process
- How the system creates a revenue-generating, Class ‘A’ biofertilizer product
- How the City saved costs through the use of existing infrastructure
- Lessons learned in implementing biosolids and organics management solutions
Read the full, feature article, as published in Treatment Plant Operator here.
For even more information, read the City of North Battleford Case Study