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From incineration to digestion over 10 years: PRESENTATION ONLY

Jolly, M.1 and Taylor, T. 2, 1 Black & Veatch, 2 Yorkshire Water, UK

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Plenary talk 

Yorkshire Water have a plan to close down four sewage sludge incinerators that have been the main disposal route for sludge produced in the Yorkshire area since the 1990s. The incinerators are being replaced by thermal hydrolysis and mesophilic anaerobic digestion (MAD). Black & Veatch are currently working on a scheme to build a new sludge treatment facility at Knostrop in Leeds to treat up to a maximum of 48,000tds/year of sewage sludge. This involves MAD followed by lime addition and liquor treatment by the DEMON process.

Please note:  there is no paper only the presentation

Martin Jolly is a chartered chemical engineer with a Masters degree from Cambridge university. He is also a Member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers and a Fellow of CIWEM.

He started his career with Severn Trent Water followed by periods with Costain, Entec and working in Africa for VSO, Unicef and the International Red Cross.

He then spent 10 years with Earth Tech in Yorkshire where he was involved in large sewage and sludge treatment projects in the UK.

Martin joined Black & Veatch in 2007 as a Technical Director responsible for process design, process auditing and commissioning in the North of the UK.

 

He now works part time for Black & Veatch and part time for Aqua Enviro.

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