Lystek International, the Cambridge, Ontario based provider of advanced biosolids management solutions has executed an agreement to continue managing the City of North Battleford, Saskatchewan's (City) biosolids for another five years. North Battleford was the first community in western Canada to recognize the many advantages of diverting its biosolids from landfill and converting the valuable resource into LysteGro, a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) registered biofertilizer product via its market leading, low temperature, low cost Thermal Hydrolysis Process (Lystek THP).
Lystek International has announced that on October 24, 2018, a multi-year (up to ten) contract was formally executed between the Cambridge, Ontario-based provider of advanced biosolids management solutions and its long-term customer, the City of Guelph. This is an especially rewarding agreement due to the fact that the first installation of the low-temperature Lystek was demonstrated and commercialized in partnership with the forward-thinking city a little over ten years ago.
On October 24, 2018, a multi-year contract was formally executed between Lystek International, the Cambridge, Ontario based provider of advanced biosolids management solutions and its long-term customer, the City of Guelph, Ontario. According to Lystek, this is an especially rewarding agreement due to the fact that the first installation of the now market-leading, low temperature Lystek Thermal Hydrolysis Process (Lystek THP®) was demonstrated and commercialized in partnership with the forward-thinking City a little over ten years ago.
Biosolids and organics solutions provider, Lystek International, based out of Cambridge, Ontario, is excited to announce that it has successfully commissioned another installment of its low temperature Thermal Hydrolysis Process (Lystek THP) at the City of St. Cloud, Minnesota, as part of the city's Nutrient Recovery and Reuse (NR2) Project. The model project was partially funded through a Point Source Implementation Grant made possible by the Minnesota Clean Water Legacy Act. The Lystek system is a key component of the project as it facilitates the recovery of valuable organic matter and nutrients from the city's wastewater biosolids to create LysteGro® a high value, Class A quality biofertilizer product that will be utilized in the local, agricultural market.
Lystek Thermal Hydrolysis Process for Biosolids Management continues to gain regulatory recognition in U.S.
Lystek's Thermal Hydrolysis Process (Lystek THP) for the sustainable management of biosolids and organics continues to be recognized by regulatory bodies across the U.S.
Excitement was high at the Grand Opening of Cambridge, Ontario-based Lystek’ s new, 150,000 (U.S.) ton, state-of-the-art, Organic Material Recovery Center at the Fairfield Suisun Sewer District (Lystek OMRC-FSSD) in California on Friday, October 21st. Staff and management of Lystek and its parent company, the Tomlinson Group were joined by Greg Baatrup, GM of the FSSD and a variety of other distinguished guests including members of the FSSD board, a number of new and prospective customers, many of the primary project partners and sponsors of the event.
On this Earth Day, let us reflect on the importance of recycling naturally occurring resources and explore innovative ideas for the conservation of a healthy, shared environment. Biosolids and organics and the careful management of these valuable resources warrant a closer look.
Biosolids and organics processing technology receives latest registration from Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Lystek’s award-winning, biosolids and organics processing technology has received the latest registration from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for its LysteGro product, a true, organically-based, quality controlled biofertilizer. This registration is specific to the product being produced at the Water Resource Recovery Facility in the Town of St. Marys, Ontario.