CDEnviro has won an order to supply a second MSU:10 portable sludge screen unit to a Scottish waste management company.
Ayrshire-based Billy Bowie Special Projects Ltd bought its first MSU:10 last year to enable it to provide liquid waste disposal services for water utilities, local authorities and industrial clients across the UK. The unit had such an impact on productivity, particularly for costing and operational flexibility, that it decided to invest in a second unit.
The MSU:10 can adapt to varying waste streams. Its portability enables them to separate solid and liquid wastes on customer sites, allowing customers to choose how to use or reprocess the materials. Transport costs are substantially reduced as the unit can be transported by a standard six-yard skip vehicle. With an increase in projects, the additional unit will enable Bowie to utilise its fleet more effectively.
The MSU:10 sludge screen has been designed to facilitate liquid and solid separation from a variety of applications. It can be applied to jobs including screenings and grit removal from sludge, pre-screener for removal of larger debris/screenings prior to further processing, removal of debris and screenings from septic tanks and temporary import sludge screen. Bowie has used the machine for screening tank cleaning wastes and sewage cleaning.