Drying as a Service
Building and Operating Regional and Colocated Biosolids Processing Centers
Griffin Residuals provides Own/Operate drying facilities using the most advanced drying technology in the market (Gryphon Environmental). Providing regional and local solutions to converting waste water streams into valuable beneficial resources.
Griffin Residuals provides the capital to install and operate advanced drying facilities that can convert your waste streams into dried residuals, ideal for land application and nutrient recovery.
Advanced technologies enable Griffin Residuals to process sludge/biosolids economically. The savings, compared to landfill, composting and incineration enable industry and municipalities save operating costs while benefiting the environment.
Griffin Residuals installs and operated regional drying facilities or can provide the equipment and operational support to turn your municipal facility into an advanced facility that processes your and your neighbors biosolids into Class A Residuals.
Incorporating the most advanced drying technology in the market, we install Gryphon Environmental dryers into regional centers that can reduce the cost of biosolids management. Taking dewatered sludge and producing beneficial residuals, we economically transform waste into resources. As landfill costs continue to escalate, and as incineration and composting continue be complex and expensive solutions, Griffin Residuals is building large facilities to enable efficient processing of waste streams on a per ton basis. Eliminating capital-intensive projects and saving rate-payers costs. Protecting the environment while reducing the cost of industrial/municipal waste water management.
Industry and municipalities are becoming more create in their solutions. Griffin Residuals supplies the capital, installation and operation of advanced Gryphon drying centers. The Griffin solution transforms municipal sites into Class A biosolids producers. The reduced costs of operations enable our clients to process their biosolids and create revenue streams by using expanded capacity to process their regional municipal waste water treatment plants' (WWTP) biosolids. The impact diverts hundreds of tons per day of 80% water 20% solids) sludge from the landfills and promotes its use as 90% solids soil amendment. The process meets the EPA 503 regulations standards for pathogen reduction and promotes nutrient recovery. Protecting the environment while creating revenue centers for municipalities.
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