Waste Systems

WASTE SYSTEMS

In the treatment of zootechnical sewage and digestate, solid-liquid separation offers significant advantages both in terms of agronomy and management, with consequent positive effects of economic savings.

After the solid-liquid separation of the sewage, a solid fraction is obtained, that concentrates the organic substance and slow-release nutrients in itself, and a clarified liquid characterized by the presence of soluble compounds, including nitrogen in ammoniacal form ready to use as a fertilizer.

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SOLUTIONS

Erilon offers cutting-edge solutions for the treatment and management of sewage, from mixing and shredding, to the separation phase.

Erilon proposes:
• high performance machines, for lower consumption of components over time and costs spare parts contents;
• patented, designed and made in Italy products;
• plant engineering and putting into service;
• high-value technical assistance added and maintenance programmed.

PRODUCTS AND TYPES

SEPARATOR WITH HORIZONTAL AXIS
The sieves and the high quality stainless steel auger, for any type of livestock slurry.

SELF-CLEANING VERTICAL DOUBLE SCREW SEPARATOR IN POLYMER
Patented model with a capacity of 10-30 cubic meters per hour, low consumption, reliable for biogas sewage.

MICRO SEPARATOR WITH CENTRIFUGAL TOOL
It carries out the microseparation of wastewater on digested slurry from biogas, slurry from industrial process waters and also on liquid to feed biogas systems.

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BENEFITS

Separated liquid:
. easy homogenization;
. use for easier fertigation;
. distribution of the clarified liquid by underground pipes and rollers;
. stored volumes reducted;
. usable instead of water for cleaning of enclosing structures.

Separated solid:
. usable in pre-plowing on arable crops;
. usable on the most distant lands from breeding, with costs and time of transport less than a untreated slurry;
. you can sell it to other companies, even not operating in breeding and/or trade of livestock such as fruit crops or viticulture, which need organic contributions.

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