July 2017
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With a consumption of approximately 4,400 gigawatt hours per year, municipal wastewater treatment is often the largest electricity consumer of municipalities. It is no wonder, therefore, that more and more municipalities want to have an energy self-sufficient sewage treatment plant, for reasons of both cost reduction and climate protection.

A change from aerobic to anaerobic sludge stabilisation makes it possible to reduce aeration costs by 20% to 25% through removal of the carbon upstream of the biological treatment stage.

Fine screening is an interesting alternative to building a primary settlement tank when it comes to reducing solids loads in the biological treatment system. Fine screens achieve better removal rates than a conventional primary settling tank but on a much smaller footprint and with lower investment costs. We want to offer our HUBER Drum Screen LIQUID as a component for energy self-sufficient sewage treatment plants and thus help make wastewater treatment as resource-preserving as possible.

I hope you enjoy reading all the interesting news in this newsletter issue!
Georg Huber, CEO
Products and Solutions
Carbon removal with HUBER fine screening technology – a success story
Fine screening solutions are a highly interesting alternative when it comes to reducing the solids load in the biological treatment system. Compared to conventional primary settlement tanks, higher reduction rates can be achieved with innovative sewage treatment technology and also investments costs and space requirements can be reduced.
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Extensive practical experience with the HUBER Multi-Rake Bar Screen RakeMax® Hybrid
Innovative technologies and materials ensure the RakeMax® Hybrid is ahead of the future requirements in wastewater treatment. With its bar rack made of highly wear-resistant fibre-plastic composite material, the screen has proven its capability in daily operation and over long operating hours on several sewage treatment plants in Germany and abroad.
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Operational experience with HUBER Screw Press Q-PRESS® 620.2
On STP Bad Orb, the latest design model of a HUBER Screw Press Q-PRESS® is successfully in service. The plant operators have made only good experiences with this redesigned HUBER bestseller.
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HUBER sludge dewatering solution in a dairy company
HUBER supplies three HUBER Screw Press Q-PRESS® units for the new wastewater treatment plant of the dairy company Naabtaler Milchwerke. The units convinced the customer with excellent separation efficiency and dewarering results right from the beginning.
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Drinking water supply: full range of state-of-the-art products for elevated reservoirs
HUBER offers a comprehensive program of high-quality equipment for drinking water supply structures. Our many years of experience and our proven expertise guarantee economical solutions and maximum customer satisfaction for our customers.
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Your HUBER machine wants to tell you something – HOC will help you understand what
The HUBER Operation Control (HOC) System offers customers and plant operators a number of advantages. With access to the customer's plant around the clock and wherever in the world, the system is a major contribution to optimised and reliable plant operation.
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