The Washington, DC area is becoming a hub of advanced wastewater handling, including anaerobic digestion. ABC member Cambi has just announced their agreement to deliver a thermal hydrolysis plant to the Washington Suburban Sanitation Commission’s (WSSC) Piscataway Bioenergy Project. The new plant will be located 20 kilometres south of the DC Water site and treat sewage sludge from five wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) in the Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in Maryland, US. The Piscataway Bioenergy Project will become WSSC’s largest and most technologically advanced plant yet. Once complete in 2024, the project will transform WSSC’s biosolids handling, reducing the volume and enabling it to sell the biosolids as an exceptional quality class A fertiliser. More >>