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January 29, 2019 | Cambridge ON | For Immediate Release | Lystek International, the Cambridge, Ontario based provider of advanced biosolids management solutions has executed an agreement to continue managing the City of North Battleford, Saskatchewan’s (City) biosolids for another five years.

The mutually beneficial agreement is especially meaningful because the forward-looking City was the first community in western Canada to recognize the many advantages of diverting its biosolids from landfill in favor of converting the valuable resource into LysteGro®, a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) registered biofertilizer product via its market leading, low temperature, low cost Thermal Hydrolysis Process ().

The contract renewal is a testament of the City’s satisfaction with having Lystek provide year-round management of their annual biosolids program, including marketing and distribution…

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Agreement will allow the City to increase its annual production of LysteGro product
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November 29, 2018 | Cambridge ON | For Immediate Release | Lystek International is pleased to announce that, on October 24, 2018, a multi-year (up to ten) contract was formally executed between the Cambridge, Ontario based provider of advanced biosolids management solutions and its long-term customer, the City of Guelph, Ontario (City). This is an especially rewarding agreement due to the fact that the first installation of the now market-leading, low temperature Lystek Thermal Hydrolysis Process (Lystek THP®) was demonstrated and commercialized in partnership with the forward-thinking City a little over ten years ago.

The City’s goal with this tender was to procure a qualified company capable of providing reliable, year-round management of their annual…

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Attention: Environmental, agricultural, municipal, recycling & waste management reporters/editors

Nov 1, 2018 – Cambridge ON – For Immediate Release | is excited to announce the commercialization of its first, low temperature, low pressure mobile Thermal Hydrolysis Processing unit (Lystek Mobile THP®) – a first in the biosolids and organics management sector in North America. This new innovation was conceived in response to growing market demand from smaller scale treatment plant operators for sustainable biosolids management solutions in support of the movement toward resource recovery.

“The new, Lystek Mobile THP unit is part of our plan to continue innovating and providing the market with a range of practical solutions for biosolids and organics management,” says Rick Mosher, Chief Technology Officer for Lystek. “It extends the opportunity to a wider range of wastewater…

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By Kevin Litwiller and Sarah Mason-Renton

Located between Lake Erie and Lake Huron, the city of St. Thomas, Ontario is a growing community with a current population of nearly 40,000. Like many smaller cities, St. Thomas had historically used anaerobic digesters as part of its wastewater treatment process. Biosolids from them were transported to the local landfill, which meant there was no opportunity for resource recovery. Despite maintenance and repair efforts, the city’s aging wastewater treatment plant’s digesters had begun to fail, which meant a new plan was necessary.

These factors, combined with pending regulatory changes, as well as the city’s desire to have a sustainable, long-term solution, were reasons to find a better way to manage its biosolids.

In partnership with XCG Consultants Ltd., the city’s project evaluation team considered two alternatives. The first was an anaerobic digestion process,…

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Attention: Environmental, agricultural, municipal, recycling & waste management reporters/editors

October 5, 2018  – Cambridge, ON – For Immediate Release | Leading biosolids and organics solutions provider, (Lystek), is excited to announce that it has successfully commissioned another installment of its low temperature Thermal Hydrolysis Process (Lystek THP®) at the City of St. Cloud, Minnesota, (St. Cloud) as part of the city’s Nutrient Recovery and Reuse (NR2) Project.  The model project was partially funded through a Point Source Implementation Grant made possible by the Minnesota Clean Water Legacy Act. The Lystek system is a key component of the project as it facilitates the recovery of valuable organic matter and nutrients from the city’s wastewater biosolids to create LysteGro® a high value, Class A quality biofertilizer product that will be utilized in the…

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2018 – On August 9, 2018 at the 63rd Annual CASA Conference in Monterey, California, Lystek and the Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District (FSSD) were honored by the California Association of Sanitation Agencies (CASA) with the award for Excellence in Innovation and Sustainability. The award was given in recognition of the successful, ongoing operation of the 150,000 ton, Lystek OMRC (Organic Material Recover Center), a Public-Private partnership originally commissioned in August of 2016 at the Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District in Fairfield, California.

Click to read more about why CASA selected Lystek for this award.

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Awards Further the Company’s Market Expansion & Leadership in California

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June 27, 2018 – Fairfield, CA/Cambridge, ON – For Immediate Release | Leading biosolids and organics solutions provider, (OMRC-FSSD), located at the Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District (FSSD) in California.

The result of a unique, P3 style partnership, the OMRC-FSSD opened…

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Attention: Environmental, agricultural, municipal, recycling & waste management reporters/editors

June 5, 2018 | Cambridge ON | For Immediate Release | Did you know that a plastic bag was recently found in one of the world’s most remote locations, at the bottom of the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean in ? If that doesn’t sound the alarm about the threat of plastic pollution, what will?

In April 2018, ,” with the…

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