After winning the prestigious Aarhus Water Ideas Competition for innovative, energy-efficient technology two years ago, Salsnes Filter has now brought this win to contract. Collaborating with Danish engineering company EnviDan, they are installing a Salsnes Filter system at the Egaa WWTP in Aarhus, Denmark. Construction is now underway with plant start-up scheduled for spring 2016.
Salsnes Filter was selected for this project because of their well-documented and proven technology for carbon harvesting through TSS removal in primary treatment. EnviDan was chosen for their innovative approach and design using the Annamox anaerobic biological treatment for cold waters (EssDe). The objective is to produce 150% of the energy needed to run the plant.
A single module consisting of eight SFK units will be provided for primary treatment. The system will maximize carbon harvesting and is designed for polymer pretreatment to enhance solids separation.
Salsnes Filter is extremely pleased to have been chosen for this project and to be able to continue enhancing wastewater treatment in facilities around the globe.
Have questions about how a Salsnes Filter system could perform at your facility? Contact us today!
Schematic of the Egaa WWTP
August 18 – 21, 2015
For 30 years, Aqua Nor has been an important international venue for the aquaculture industry. New products, services and research and development projects relevant to the industry are presented here. We will be exhibiting in Stand E-410, so please be sure to stop by and see us!
Aqua Nor Website
May 26-28, 2015
IEC “Crocus Expo”
Pavilion #2, Hall #8, D6-2
WasteTech is an international exhibition and conference for waste management, recycling, environmental technologies and renewable energy. We will be exhibiting at the show and hope to see you there!
Salsnes Filter in collaboration with Biowater Technology has won a project to install a Salsnes Filter system along with biofilters at the Saulekilen Sewage Plant in Arendal, Norway. The upgrades will almost double plant capacity from 45000 p.e. to 80000 p.e.
The Salsnes Filter system will perform primary solids separation to reduce loadings on the downstream biological treatment process. There are future plans to utilize the sludge collected by the system to produce biogas for internal energy production.
Due to its small physical footprint, the Salsnes Filter system will fit into Saulekilen’s existing building. It will be installed on top of the biofilters so that former basins can be available for new bioreactors and clarification of biological solids by Dissolved Air Flotation.
Equipment will be installed as the Plant continues to operate and is set to be complete in April 2015.
March 23 – 26, 2015
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Springfield, Illinois, USA
Rob Jansen (our Market Developer) will be at WATERCON 2015 to make a presentation called “Time to Re-think Primary Treatment”. If you are attending the show, please stop by on Monday, March 23 from 11:00 – 11:30 AM to see Rob!
February 2 – 3, 2015
New York Marriott Marquis Hotel
New York, NY, USA
Booth # 114
NYWEA Annual Exhibition Website
January 26 – 28, 2015
Marriott Copley Place Hotel
Boston, MA, USA
Booth # 153
NEWEA Annual Conference and Exposition Website