Sludge Treatment

Sludge water is a product of mechanical, biological and chemical treatment wastewater in wastewater treatment plants, food and chemical industries and other sectors of human activity. Our dewatering screw press is used to thicken sludge water to 20% dry-matter content. In terms of quality, this equipment surpasses traditional sedimentation sludge removal and other dewatering technologies.

This dewatering/thickening screw press has been designed to be used primarily in wastewater treatment plants, but can also be used for thickening both industrial water and wastewater in food processing operations.

If a dewatering press is already incorporated into the new WWTP design, costs related to the construction of sedimentation tanks are eliminated as this equipment can also be used for thickening secondary sludge directly from activation.


Our modular systems are complete fully assembled plug-and-play sludge treatment facilities that save on project time, construction works, and footprint. Easily transported and can also be designed to be mobile. Can be powered by the grid or by off-grid renewable energy systems for versatility in deployment and operations.