Second Sludge Screen Solution for Billy Bowie

CDEnviro are to supply a second MSU:10 portable sludge screen unit to Scottish Waste Management company, Billy Bowie Special Projects Ltd.

In 2012, the Kilmarnock-based waste management company invested in their first MSU:10 unit to enable them to provide liquid waste disposal services and solutions for water utilities, local authorities and industrial clients throughout the UK.

Billy Bowie's current unit has proven to have had a significant impact on the productivity of their operations, particularly for costing and operational flexibility. The MSU:10's flexibility allows it to adapt to varying waste streams.

Its portability enables them to separate solid and liquid wastes on customer sites, allowing their customers to choose how to use or reprocess the materials. Transport costs are substantially reduced as the MSU:10 can be transported by a standard six yard skip vehicle. Due to an increase in projects, the additional unit will enable them to utilise their fleet more effectively.

CDEnviro General Manager, Matt Bunting comments, "We're pleased that Billy Bowie returned to purchase from us based on their experience of the CDEnviro system and we're pleased to provide them with the solution to their plant requirements."

The MSU:10 sludge screen has been designed to facilitate liquid and solid separation from a variety of applications. It can be applied to several suitable applications including; screenings removal from sludge, grit removal from sludge, pre screener for removal of larger debris/screenings prior to further processing, the removal of debris and screenings from septic tanks and temporary import sludge screen. To date, Billy Bowie have used their MSU:10 unit for screening of wastes such as tank cleaning wastes and sewage cleaning operations.

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