Biosolids drying system to be installed at WI wastewater treatment plant

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CHARLOTTE, NC, May 20, 2013 -- HUBER Technology, a manufacturer of wastewater treatment solutions for municipal, industrial, and institutional markets, has been selected to provide its BT Medium Temperature Belt Dryer in an upcoming project for the Sheboygan Wastewater Treatment Plant.

The Sheboygan WWTP biogas system upgrade project recently won the ACEC Grand Award for the state of Wisconsin for achieving Net Zero Energy using biogas and CHP. Sheboygan's strategic plan for sustaining its Net Zero Energy status includes adding the HUBER biosolids indirect drying system in a project that is slated to take place next year. The drying system will use the waste heat from the biogas system upgrade to dry the biosolids to Class A quality.

"This will be a model plant because of the environmental implications of its systems. Being selected as part of the team to provide the technology that supports what this plant has already achieved is an honor," said HUBER Technology President, Dana Hicks.

About HUBER Technology, Inc.

HUBER Technology is a leading expert in liquid/solid separation technologies, offering a comprehensive line of screening, grit and sludge handling processes. HUBER serves the municipal and industrial wastewater treatment market with precision fabricated stainless steel equipment that is sought after by those in the municipal and industrial wastewater treatment sector.
Located in Huntersville, NC HUBER Technology, Inc. is a member of the HUBER Group as the wholly owned US subsidiary of Huber SE, based in Bavaria, Germany. HUBER SE, the holder of multiple patents, is the inventor and original manufacturer for the renowned ROTAMAT® and STEP SCREEN® products. HUBER’s experience and expertise is proven in over 25,000 installations worldwide. HUBER’s 175 years of commitment to high quality technology supports its focus on developing innovative solutions to lead the way in resource recovery. More information is available at www.huber-technology.com.

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