Cambi thermal hydrolysis for sewage sludge treatment


Duration: 01:00

Cambi thermal hydrolysis for sewage sludge treatment  

Did you know that Cambi’s thermal hydrolysis process (CambiTHP) is installed at over 60 wastewater treatment plants around the world? In the US alone, 8 plants have already chosen thermal hydrolysis, in Washington DC, Dallas, Virginia Beach and other cities.

They did it to save money, maximize renewable natural gas production and reduce carbon footprint. Cambi’s installed base treats solids for over 75,000,000 million people, at sites from 100,000 population equivalent up to mega cities such as Beijing, where our 5 systems serve more than 20,000,000 people.

During the webinar, Dr. Bill Barber will cover the following topics:

  • What thermal hydrolysis is and how it works
  • Benefits of thermal hydrolysis
  • Cambi's value proposition

Speaker: Dr. Bill Barber

Bill Barber - Technical Director, Phd
Dr Bill Barber is the Technical Director for Cambi Inc. in North America. In this role he develops biosolids projects and assists with research. Prior to this, Bill worked for AECOM in North America and Australia providing consulting services for biosolids projects.

Previously, Bill worked for the UK’s largest Water Utility – United Utilities, in a variety of strategic, technical, financial and research roles related to biosolids and was instrumental in the development of Europe’s largest thermal hydrolysis project. He has also developed a carbon model for United Utilities and his work is well published in WEF technical bulletin. 

Bill is a reviewer for several peer review journals and recently an author of IWA’s book on Sludge Thermal Hydrolysis - Application & Potential. Bill has a PhD and degree in Biochemical Engineering from Imperial College, London and is a Chartered Engineer.