Excursions during IFAT 2018
On the occasion of IFAT 2018, we will again be offering interesting excursions to state-of-the-art facilities this year.
Use the free chance to see first-hand innovative solutions and get an idea of which potential could be hidden also in your plant!
Solar Sludge Drying Plant Freystadt - Tue. May 15, 2018
Excursion to Solar Sewage Sludge Drying Plant Freystadt + Visit of HUBER SE production site
The municipality Freystadt in the intermediate vicinity of the HUBER SE headquarters is building a complete sewage sludge drying plant on its wastewater treatment plant. The new plant will go into service just before IFAT. The process steps sludge dewatering – distribution – solar drying will be managed by HUBER machines.
After the visit of WWTP Freystadt and a lunch break we go on to HUBER SE for a tour of the factory that will provide interesting insights into the production of various HUBER machines.
Heat recovery from hospital wastewaster in Munich - Wed. May 16, 2018
Excursion to Klinikum rechts der Isar: Heat recovery from central sterile services dept wastewater
The Rechts der Isar Hospital of the Technical University of Munich is an internationally prestigious centre of high performance medicine. The wastewater from the hospital's central sterile services dept. has an enormous energy potential. It is collected in the basement of the building and cooled there in a HUBER Heat Exchanger RoWin. A continuous output of approx. 60 kW can be recovered this way.
Use the chance to see first-hand an innovative concept for energy and CO2 saving and get an idea of which potential could be hidden also in your plant!
Sewage Treatment Plant Innsbruck - Thu. May 17, 2018
Excursion to Innsbruck Sewage Treatment Plant from Innsbrucker Kommunalbetriebe - a complete HUBER sludge treatment process
Innsbruck, the capital city of Tyrol, has approximately 130,000 inhabitants. The produced daily wastewater up to 145.000 m³ wastewater is clarified on the sewage treatment plant of Innsbrucker Kommunalbetriebe (IKB).
The 320 m³ thin sludge generated in the clarification process are dewatered and thickened by HUBER units. In 2017, IKB installed additionally a HUBER Belt Dryer BT 16 including an innovative heat recovery concept.