• Supercritical water oxidation provides an alternative to landfilling, incinerating, or land-spreading sludge and organic waste
  • Processes sludge with dry solids content ranging from 3% to 25%; converts all carbon/nitrogen compounds to carbon dioxide/nitrogen gas and water; produces inert...

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