JWC Environmental
Advanced sewage treatment equipment is of vital and growing importance to the world. JWC Environmental is a leading manufacturer of equipment for wastewater treatment, solids reduction, solids removal and processing. The Monster family of products—including the Muffin Monster and Channel Monster sewage grinders, Auger Monster fine screen, Screenings Washer Monster and Monster Separation System—is legendary for quality and reliability, incorporating a fine screen or band screen with superior screenings conditioning. Our superior technology provides solutions for the most demanding applications, including sludge grinders, shredders, screens, washer compactors and septage receiving stations.

Address

2850 S. Redhill Ave., Ste. 125
Santa Ana, CA 92705
United States
Phone: 949.833.3888
Fax: 949.833.8858

Products + Services

Wastewater treatment plants are trying to find ways to reuse their valuable sludge through anaerobic digestion, as well as lower their overall carbon footprint. The Monster Rotary Sludge Thickener brines sludge up to 15% solids, depending on the types of sludge; minimizes CAPEX and OPEX costs by thickening sludge prior to centrifuge dewatering; is a fully enclosed system that allows for... more
  • Wastewater treatment plants are trying to find ways to reuse their valuable sludge through anaerobic digestion, as well as lower their overall carbon footprint. The Monster Rotary Sludge Thickener brines sludge up to 15% solids, depending on the types of sludge; minimizes CAPEX and OPEX costs by thickening sludge prior to centrifuge dewatering; is a fully enclosed system that allows for... more
  • Use new wipes-ready technology at your facilities and lift stations to prevent rag-ball removals, pump clogs and damage dollars. Wipes-ready technology optimizes wipes capture and crosscuts debris to prevent reweaving. Existing Monster grinders can also be upgraded. more
  • The 10K Series Muffin Monster offers superior waste-grinding capabilities in a compact, easy-to-install unit that is suited to a variety of wastewater grinding applications. This addition to the family of Muffin Monster grinders is available in pipeline, open channel and pump station configurations. It includes the same benefits of the larger Monster units, including low-speed operation with high... more
  • The patented Muffin Monster design has established new standards in product performance and reliability due to decades of technical advancements and innovative design improvements. These rugged sewage-grinding machines shred almost any material capable of disrupting your system. With over 35,000 installations, the proven capabilities of the Muffin Monster provides solutions for the... more
  • The powerful Channel Monster grinder is equipped with new Delta P side rails and drives trash, rags and waste debris into the cutter stack while maintaining high flow. The durable perforated drum prevents wipes bypass, eliminating the danger of clearing pumps by hand and protecting facilities from damage caused by overflow. more
  • Screenings Washer Monsters provide a cost-effective solution for compaction and dewatering of wastewater screening. Models of the washers include the SWM-XE, the SWM-XEM and the SCM. Each unit is designed with specific features to meet a site’s needs and requirements. more
  • Auger Monster model AGV safely and easily screens, cleans and conveys rags and debris straight up and out of the sewer system. This gives collection system managers an affordable new way to remove rags before they can clog sewage pumps and eliminates the wasted time and expense of de-ragging a pump. more
  • The SRS-XE is an improvement to the award-winning Honey Monster. This automated septage receiving system uses a combination of grinding, solids removal, washing and dewatering to remove unwanted trash before septage is allowed to enter a wastewater treatment plant. more
  • The Bandscreen Monster screens wastewater to remove problem solids, provide complete protection for membrane bioreactors and meet the manufacturer’s warranty requirements. The stainless steel and UHMW plastic construction ensures a long and trouble-free equipment life. The integrated Screenings Washer Monster compacts discharged screenings. more
  • The Finescreen Monster removes unwanted rags and trash before they cause problems inside a wastewater treatment plant. It uses moving perforated panels with 3-mm circular openings to capture and lift solids out of the flow. A UHMW guide track at the bottom of the screen eliminates the need for sprockets in the wastewater flow. more

Videos

Auger Monster
Bar Screen Monster
Vertical Auger Monster
Municipal Grind
Wipes Test


Down to Size

When the Santa Margarita (Calif.) Water District (SMWD) was formed in 1964 by a group of ranchers who wanted a reliable water source for their cattle, the district... more

Shredding Solids in Scotland

Pump blockages and rags are significant barriers to energy and operational efficiencies at pump stations, causing unscheduled shutdowns, safety hazards for operators,... more

A Head Works Hero

Located along the Spokane River and set among large evergreen trees, the City of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, treatment plant follows some of the toughest treatment... more

Surviving the Sludge

The Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, wastewater treatment plant has been in operation since 1939, making it one of the earliest examples of a municipal secondary-level treatment... more

Nondispersible Wipes Turning Sewers Into Nightmares Nationwide

Increasingly, wipes are causing serious issues for wastewater treatment system operators. Many of the wipes entering sewage systems are not dispersible and technically... more

Paul Schuitt Named JWC Environmental Regional Sales Manager-West

Paul Schuitt has joined JWC Environmental as the western regional sales manager for the municipal wastewater market. more

JWC Environmental Acquires IPEC Consultants

JWC Environmental has entered into an agreement to acquire IPEC Consultants Ltd. IPEC Consultants is a Canada-based manufacturer of solids/liquid... more

Monsters Keep it Clean on Whistler Mountain

Whistler Resort, located in British Columbia, Canada, is the alpine host for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. While athletes around the world were... more

JWC Introduces Honey Monster Upgrade

The Honey Monster SRS-XE is an improvement on JWC Environmental’s Honey Monster. This automated septage receiving system uses a combination of grinding, solids removal,... more

Cutting the Clogs

Pump blockages and rags are significant barriers to energy and operational efficiencies at pump stations, causing unscheduled shutdowns, safety hazards for operators,... more

Wastewater Treatment Plant Gets a Grip on Grease

In 2009, the West Lafayette Wastewater Treatment Plant in Indiana seized revenue- and energy-savings opportunities for the thousands of gallons of grease the facility... more

Fine-Screen Savers

To screen wastewater with 1/4-in. perforated plate panels means the ability to capture a lot of material. The result? Mounds of trash and debris—of all sizes and odor... more

Screen & Protect

Management of a 1.2-million-gal-per-day (mgd) wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Star, Idaho, reports successful installation of a solids separation and removal system... more

Membranes in Paradise

Hawaii typically conjures up images of azure seas, swaying palms and pristine beaches. Behind the romance of this tropical paradise is a reality that faces most... more

Product Categories

Comminuting Equipment; Comminutors/Choppers/Shredders; Grinder/Shredder; Screens, Fine

POLL

Are you planning to upgrade your current water/wastewater facilities in the next year?
Yes
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No, but will in the next 2 years
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No
22%
Undecided
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Total votes: 170
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