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New equipment at the West Central Wisconsin Biosolids Facility can easily process sludge from the 23 communities the plant serves, says Superintendent Sam Warp. Photo by Judy Wiff

Local biosolids plant updates to meet demand, control smell

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A $950,000 upgrade at the West Central Wisconsin Biosolids Facility will mean three things: Less breakdowns, more capacity and less odor, says plant Superintendent Sam Warp.


A search that took WCWBF commissioners to many plants in the United States and Europe ended ironically when they found the equipment they were looking for next door in St. Croix County, said Warp.

The major pieces of equipment, made by Schwing Bioset of Somerset, have been installed and are in operation.

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