HDR has worked closely with EnerTech on the design of the Rialto facility, which will receive biosolids from municipalities in the Los Angeles region and produce approximately 140 tons per day of renewable fuel. "EnerTech's emerging SlurryCarb process represents a significant technological advancement in biosolids processing, and we are excited to partner with EnerTech to build the first commercial-scale facility in Rialto," said Doug Lisak, president and COO of HDR Design-Build, Inc.
EnerTech's SlurryCarb process economically produces a renewable fuel from biosolids and other high-moisture wastes. The Rialto SlurryCarb facility is scheduled to commence operations in early 2008. "HDR has extensive experience with design-build projects in both water and wastewater nationwide. The experience HDR brings to our Rialto project team will ensure a successful construction and startup cycle, and guarantee the ultimate success of the facility," said Kevin Bolin, president of EnerTech.
Source: EnerTech Environmental Inc.