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One of the world's largest facilities in Davyhulme is proving the importance of thermal hydrolysis technology combined with digestion prior to sludge incineration.
In addition to optimizing energy-efficiency and lowering operating costs, Cambi THP™ also eliminates odour problems associated with the treatment of organic materials.After these projects Cambi took over Thames Water’s shares in the JV Company and renamed it Cambi UK Ltd.During the same period Cambi won additional projects in Norway and Denmark.However, that original application for the pulp and paper industry evolved in the direction towards the wastewater treatment sector due to promising results in laboratory tests.In 1992 the company was sold to the Norwegian oil trading and distribution company, Petrol Holding, which was in the process of diversifying into new areas outside of oil trading.Since then, Cambi has seen tremendous growth and acceptance of the Cambi THP™with now more than 50 plants either operational or under construction globally. Today Cambi is truly a global company, privately held, with more than 125 employees and locations in 9 countries and with a strong network of partners.
Through its plants in operation or under construction in 21 different countries, Cambi serves more than 53 million people around the globe.
Cambi will construct a new Thermal Hydrolysis Process (THP) plant in the city of Hengelo, the Netherlands.
The Cambi THP sludge pre-treatment will approximately double the capacity of the existing egg-shaped digesters from 9,000 to 18,000 ton sludge per year.
Among these was the biowaste treatment plant in the city of Lillehammer, Norway, treating food waste from 15 municipalities.
In the early 2000’s the basis was set for further international expansion and new contracts were obtained for plants in Belgium (Brussels), Poland and Australia.
There was a time when it was easy to get rid of sludge.