Sludge Management Systems are

  • Often inefficient
  • Unsustainable

Mainly because;

  • No single process or treatment is able by itself to address all above factors


The development of sustainable sludge management procedures requires two important factors:

  • The assessment of management routes capable of maximizing the recycle/recovery benefits through low energy impact systems;
  • The development of innovative procedures and of operational systems appropriate to local circumstances, including economy, geography, climate

EPA Regulations for Class A Sludge Fertilizer

EPA Regulations for Class A Sludge Fertilizer

INNPT 3S for Sludge Pasteurization

  • Sludge Pasteurization and Total removal of Pathogenic bacteria.
  • Heavy Metals Precipitation Increase existing plants efficiency and capacity.
  • Recover Nitrogen and Phosphorus in sludge.
  • Increase Potassium % in treated sludge.
  • Treat sludge to comply with EPA regulations and constraints for class A fertilize.
  • Quick and efficient technology for sludge stabilization which :
– Save drying time to 3 minutes
– Create class A fertilizer within 3 days
– Save soil from heavy metals
– Save soil from pathogenic bacteria
Sludge Disposal
Sludge Disposal Challenges

Zero Land Fill

Heavy Metals Elimination

Odor Control Around Storage Area

Sludge Pasteurization

Our Sludge Disposal Technology

Our Sludge Disposal Technology

Sludge End Use Options

Sludge End Use
hazardous heavy metals
sludge to class A fertilizer according to EPA regulations
innpt soil process
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