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Detailed Engineering Complete Commercial Plant (May 2017)

Terax are proud to announce the completion of the detailed design of a full-scale commercial plant. This represents the culmination of more than 3 years of collaboration with our engineering consultants WorleyParsons New Zealand Ltd.
Key metrics:
Plant Capacity - 2.0 to 4.5m3/hr; 2,000 dry tonnes/y
Serves a population equivalent of 50,000
Feedstock – Waste water Sludge, Municipal Solid Wastes    

WEF Residuals and Biosolids 2017 Exhibition - Seattle (April 2017)


Representatives from Terax attended the WEF Residuals & Biosolids 2017 Conference held in Seattle. The Terax technology was well received at the conference.

 

2016 Water New Zealand Conference

 
Brian Vass Terax CEO at the Terax Limited Partnership Stand during the Pathways to Excellence Conference in October 2016

2015 New Zealand Innovators Award Winner

 

INNOVATION IN SUSTAINABILITY & CLEANTECH - Sponsored by Yealands Family Wines

Terax 2013 – Waste Conversion Technology – Bay Of Plenty Urban bio-waste is difficult and expensive to dispose of due to environmental and contamination issues. Terax’s waste conversion technology treats bio-waste as a recyclable resource. The cost-saving process reduces the wastewater, eliminates organic solids, sterilises them, and recovers useful components such as nitrogen and carbon for recycling. Read more  

Pure Advantage News - 22nd October 2015 - transforming waste into gold 

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World-first organic waste converter

Article in Water Sewage & Effluent, January 2015, Vol 35 No. 1 read more

EXCERPT FROM CANADA'S INNOVATIONS MAGAZINE - July 2014

THE VALUE OF SLUDGE

(The Chemical Engineer - Issue 869 - November 2013)
Managing waste is a growing headache for municipal authorities, especially for a city like Rotorua. While this New Zealand tourist destination has just 60,000 permanent residents, it regularly plays host to around 3.2m visitors a year, who come mainly for the geothermal activity, pristine forests, and lakes...read more

TERAX® TECHNOLOGY MUNICIPAL BIOSOLIDS

PROBLEM
Wastewater treatment plants produce a solid waste by-product typically known as biosolids. The amount produced is largely proportional to the volumes of wastewater being treated and levels of treatment required to meet increasingly stringent effluent discharge standards. Typically, 10-40 dry kilograms of biosolids are produced per person each year....read more

TERAX® ROTORUA DISTRICT COUNCIL- CASE STUDY

WHAT’S THE PROBLEM?
Located in a sensitive lake catchment, the Rotorua District Council (RDC) has invested heavily in high quality wastewater treatment systems over the past 40 years. Serving a population of approximately 70,000 and many times that number of visitors each year, the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) achieves very high levels of treatment through a biological ....read more

ABOUT TERAX 2013 LTD

Terax 2013 Ltd was established to commercialise TERAX®, an organic waste management technology jointly developed by Scion and Rotorua District Council (RDC). Both shareholders have been collaborating since 2010, and have brought together research and development capability with sludge management and local authority expertise to develop a new technology that eliminates the volumes of organic waste going to landfill...read more



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