Thermal Process Systems - your best solution for biosolids management.

Middletown, Ohio - Biosolids at 38% cake
Retrofit of First Generation to ThermAer - Douglas County, WA
Retrofit of Anaerbic Digesters to ThermAer
Bowling Green Ohio - $109 / dry ton - Amazing
Thermal Process Systems Celebrates 15 Years
Maryville, TN
Grand Chute, WI
Speedway, IN SNDR post Anaerobic digestion

Now, for the first time you have a reliable, realistic solution to the increasingly difficult problem of biosolids processing, reuse and disposal with the ThermAer™ Process.

A revolutionary process that delivers the results you want without the side effects. Thermal Process Systems' proprietary ThermAer biosolids reduction system is the second generation in Autothermal Thermophilic Aerobic Digestion (ATAD) technology. It gives you the best of all worlds - a high quality pathogen-free product - plus controlled foam, the elimination of foul odors through oxidation with Oxidation/Reduction Potential (ORP) control, and superior reduction of volatile solids. On the following pages you will see how ThermAer can make all the difference in your process.


Kentucky Rural Water
Galt House
Louisville, KY
August 18-20, 2014
Event Website

Kansas WEA / AWWA Joint Conference
Capitol Plaza Hotel
Topeka, KS
August 26-28, 2014

Ohio WEA / AWWA Joint Conference
Columbus Convention Hall
Columbus, OH
August 26-29, 2014
Event Website

Tri-State Conference
South Point Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV
September 22-25, 2014
Event Website

New Orleans Morial Convention Center
New Orleans, LA
September 28-October 1, 2014
Event Website

Class A Solids Success Story
Huntingdon Borough WWTP
Huntingdon, PA
WWTP wins award - click below to learn more!
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$109 / dry ton, Amazing!
In 2004, the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, installed Ohio's first TPS ThermAer Process expanding the plant capacity from 6 MGD to 10 MGD. This energy efficient process offered superior solids reduction and an odor-free operation. Doug Clark, Water Pollution Control Superintendent, calculated 2009 treatment costs at a remarkable $109 per dry ton. In addition, 38% total solids are coming off the centrifuge.

Speedway, IN - The TPS SNDR following anaerobic digestion shows exceptional results. Preliminary average results since May 2012 start up are: ammonia filtrate concentration of 14 mg/L plus an additional volatile solids reduction of 38%.


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