Dewatering System Mixes Waste With Polymer

Oct. 15, 2015

The Sludge Mate is a container filter used along with polymer to dewater various types of waste. Polymer is mixed in with the waste before it is processed through the Sludge Mate. The filters within the Sludge Mate retain the solids and allow the water to pass through and out of the drainage ports. The discharge of clear liquid is not treated water and must be disposed of properly; once the sludge has been dewatered for 12 to 24 hours and has passed the paint filter test, it will be ready for disposal.

Trailer-mounted Sludge Mates can be equipped with a tarp, a roof with hatchways or an open top. All units are offered with or without the Polly-Mate polymer mixing and injection system.

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