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National Waste Management Services company, IWJS, invests in CDE’s MSU:10 mobile sludge screens.

Volume

120 m3/h

Material

Sludge Dewatering

Output

High Quality Sludge, Grit & Rag

End Use
Landfill Diversion

THE CHALLENGE

IWJS Ltd have been providing waste management and industrial cleaning services across the UK since 1977. They approached CDE with the challenge of achieving maximum dewatering of screenings to minimise waste volumes and disposal costs while keeping operating costs at a minimum.

D:MAX System at Conhur

THE SOLUTION

The MSU:10 solution, commissioned by IWJS, for both Thames Water and Anglian Water, is a single unit.  This allows for easy transportation by a six-yard skip vehicle and allows for an immediate start-up due to the built-in control system.  Built with safety in mind the unit allows for quick and safe access, allowing IWJS clients to carry out essential maintenance.

THE RESULTS

With the use of the CDE MSU:10, IWJS have been able to ensure increased operational speed and more efficient screening of waste water solids for Thames Water and Anglian Water.  The system ensures efficient solid and liquid separation with reduced waste volumes for a range of applications. A decrease in waste volumes results in reduced landfill therefore creating large savings for the customer. As well as benefitting the customer, reduced landfill has a positive impact on the environment.

“Apart from the significant cost savings for Anglian, it’s the dramatic saving in the original volume of waste to landfill that’s particularly impressive, more than 97%. The actual solids were reduced down to a mere fraction and naturally, this had a major impact on the amount of tankering that was finally needed on the job with major benefits to the environment.”
Peter Maasz, Business Development Director at IWJS discussing the solution provided at Anglican Water.