News from Schwing Bioset

Schwing Bioset is Exhibiting at Several Trade Shows in May

 

Posted on Apr 30, 2015 9:33:00 AM

The Schwing Bioset Teams will be traveling nationally and internationally to exhibit at five trade shows during the month of May. 

To learn more about Schwing Bioset pumps (municipal or mining), fluid bed dryers, screw presses, sliding frames, the bioset process, and more, please be sure to find us on the exhibit floor at any of these upcoming shows:

 

California Water Environment Association (CWEA), April 28 - May 1 in San Diego, CA

http://myac15.com/

Florida Water Resources Conference (FWRC), May 3 - 5 in Orlando, FL

http://fwrc.org/

Canadian Institute of Mining (CIM), May 9 - 11 in Montreal, Canada

http://www.miningandexploration.ca/events/article/cim_2015_convention/

Exponor Chile 2015, May 11 - 15 in Antofagasta, Chile

http://www.exponor.cl/en/

Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA), May 18 - 20 in Oakbrook Terrace, IL

http://www.cswea.org/events/

 

If you'd like to meet with one of our team members, please contact marketing@schwingbioset.com for the name of the contact(s) who is attending the show.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Schwing Bioset, Inc. Expands its Leadership Position as the Class A/AA Biosolids Solution Provider

 

Published on April 14, 2015 (Somerset, WI)

Schwing Bioset, Inc. has completed another successful Beneficial Reuse installation.  The City of Immokalee, Florida, chose Schwing Bioset to provide not only its Best in Class equipment, but design and build capabilities as well.

The heart of the system is the patented Bioset process and reactor that converts raw sludge into Class AA Biosolids, making it ready for easy land application.  Licensed as a fertilizer in the state of Florida, the Class AA product produced by the Bioset process is a highly marketable and sought after product.  Millions of tons have been produced and beneficially reused by the Bioset process. 

Taking advantage of some of the other high quality products Schwing Bioset offers, Immokalee integrated their Twin Piston Pump and Dewatering Screw Press into their design.

The Immokalee Water & Sewer District Executive Director, Eva Deyo, is very pleased with the system.  “The project came in under budget and went from concept to completion much quicker than other options.  As promised, the Schwing Bioset solution has proven to be easy to operate for our staff and very cost effective to operate, and the end product is exceptional,” said Deyo.  

Schwing Bioset Regional Sales Manager, Tom Welch, is thrilled with the results of the project.  “The City of Immokalee was tremendous to work with throughout the entire process.  Their vision and understanding of the value that the Schwing Bioset solution offered was evident throughout.  They realized after investigating numerous options that you don’t have to break the bank to get state-of-the-art technology,” said Welch.

“The experience of our Design, Engineering, and Project Management Teams has really shown during the execution of this fast track project.  The Schwing Bioset Team has executed on well over $150M in projects, with 2015 proving to be our biggest year ever,” said Tom Anderson, Owner and President of Schwing Bioset.

About Schwing Bioset

For more than 25 years, Schwing Bioset has been helping wastewater treatment plants, mines, and power generation customers by engineering material handling solutions. Schwing Bioset’s custom engineered solutions can be found in hundreds of wastewater treatment plants in North America as well as mines and tunnels around the world.

For questions or more information, please contact Schwing Bioset at 715-247-3433 or marketing@schwingbioset.com, or visit the website at http://www.schwingbioset.com.

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Tags: Bioset Process, Piston Pumps, Municipal Biosolids, Beneficial Reuse, Class 'AA' Biosolids, Biosolids, Wastewater Treatment, Fertilizer, Recycled Waste, Schwing Bioset, Municipal, Screw Press

Schwing Bioset Exhibiting at the 2015 Texas Water Conference

 

Posted on April 9, 2015

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Schwing Bioset, Inc. will be exhibiting at the 2015 Texas Water in April in Corpus Christie, Texas.

Please be sure to stop by our booth (#1209) while you're on the exhibit floor.

Visit the conference website to view the event details and floor map: http://www.texas-water.com/home.html

We hope to see you there!

 

 

 

Tags: Events, Wastewater Treatment, Schwing Bioset, Pumps, Municipal

Schwing Bioset Hires Marketing Associate

 

Continuing to drive brand awareness, engagement, and growth, Kelly Kramer joins the Schwing Bioset, Inc. team as Marketing Associate

March 30, 2015 (Somerset, WI)

 

Announcements, New Hire, Schwing Bioset, Pumps, MiningSchwing Bioset, Inc., is pleased to announce that Kelly Kramer has joined the team as its new Marketing Associate. Mrs. Kramer has 12 years of experience including various aspects of marketing communications, social media, and sales support.  In her new role, she will head up marketing efforts, as the company seeks to expand its presence in the mining and municipal marketplaces. 

“As Schwing Bioset continues to grow and evolve, we believe Kelly is a great addition to our team. Her diverse background will bring value to our marketing efforts and only help us improve our market presence as we work toward to achieve our growth objectives as a company,” said Scott Springer, VP of Sales and Marketing.   

About Schwing Bioset 
For more than 25 years, Schwing Bioset has been helping wastewater treatment plants, mines, and power generation customers by engineering material handling solutions. Schwing Bioset’s custom engineered solutions can be found in hundreds of wastewater treatment plants in North American as well as mines and tunnels around the world. 

Mrs. Kramer will be located in the Somerset, WI, headquarters office and can be contacted at (715) 247-3433 or kkramer@schwingbioset.com. 

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Schwing Bioset adds Synergy Controls as Mining Rep in Ontario and Manitoba

 

January 12, 2015 (Somerset, WI) 

Schwing Bioset, Inc. is pleased to announce that Synergy Controls Corporation (Sudbury, ON) has signed on as their Mining Representative in Ontario and Manitoba. Schwing Bioset is a worldwide leader in thick product pumping and material handling solutions. “Synergy Controls’ extensive knowledge of mining processes and excellent reputation in the market in serving their customer base make them a great choice as a partner,” explains Scott Springer, Schwing Bioset’s Vice President Sales & Marketing.  “They have a great presence both at the mines and with the Engineering contractors”.

Mike Gribbons (President of Synergy Controls Corporation) stated, “Schwing Bioset was our first choice for a high pressure slurry pump.  Schwing impressed us with both their experience and technology.   Coupling that with, North American made systems and a large inventory of completed pumps and spares fully complements our paste and back fill solutions. This allows our clients a “one stop shop” providing pumps, valves, instruments and control solutions.”

Miguel Jahncke (Schwing Bioset Director of Mining Solutions) is excited about this key partnership. “The Synergy Controls organization’s history of providing mining clients with engineered solutions supports Schwing Bioset’s mission of providing the best high solids content slurries transportation and handling solutions in the mining industry. Their efforts at the Ontario EPCM’s will help Schwing Bioset’s mining business globally.”

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Tags: Piston Pumps, Schwing Bioset, Pumps, Hydraulic Pumps, Mining Pumps, Slurry Pumps, Paste Backfilling, Mining Paste

Screw Press Adds Dewatering to Schwing Bioset Capabilities

Schwing Bioset is proud to announce the addition of a screw press dewatering system to their family of products.

 

Somerset, WI (PRWEB) January 19, 2013

A natural progression enabling clients to work with one dynamic solution provider to solve their biosolids management issues, Schwing Bioset has added Screw Presses to their family of products enabling them to help clients from dewatering to biosolids disposal.

Schwing Bioset Screw Press Dewatering Systems offer the features you want and performance you can count on. From low power requirements and unattended operation to high solids and high capture rates Screw Presses provide exceptional performance at a fraction of the energy and maintenance costs of other technologies.

With eleven models, each built to the same exacting standards, Schwing Bioset offers the widest range of model sizes available and can offer its customers, unlike competing technologies, the same high level of performance from top to bottom in the product line.

With over 65 machines in service and the Schwing Bioset name standing behind the technology for on-going support, municipalities now have a new option to provide superior dewatering performance for their biosolids.

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Miguel Jahncke Joins Schwing Bioset

Schwing Bioset is pleased to announce that Miguel Jahncke has joined Schwing Bioset as the Director of Latin America / Director of Mining. In this newly created dual position, Miguel will be responsible for growing the Latin (South) America market, particularly the Mining market. His unique experience in Latin America and the mining industry make Miguel the ideal fit for this position. Miguel comes to Schwing Bioset from JOY Global, Inc. where he held the position of Global Product Director, responsible for Conveyor Products and IPCC. Prior to that, Miguel worked for Schwing America from 2004 – 2010 in various Sales functions in Latin America. Miguel is fluent in Spanish, English and German.
 

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Schwing featured on 21st Century Business TV Series

21st Century Business

 

November 12, 2009 - CNBC                                           

Click Link for Airing Schedule - http://www.21cbtv.com/clearance/2024.pdf 

Boca Raton, FL, --- Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces that Schwing Bioset, Inc. will be featured on 21st Century Business.

Schwing Bioset, Inc. (SBI) was created in 2006 by spinning off the Material Handling Division of Schwing America into its own company. The new company was created to better focus on meeting the unique needs of the wastewater treatment industry. In addition, the spin off afforded Schwing Bioset, Inc. the ability to leverage its two-decades of successful wastewater treatment installations at Schwing America into an aggressive pursuit of alternative "green" solutions in the wastewater treatment industry.

In 2006, SBI opened a new 20,000 square foot engineering and manufacturing facility in Somerset, WI in order to rapidly expand its service offerings. The "Bioset Process" and Fluid Bed Drying technology are two examples of Schwing Bioset's commitment to delivering innovative and environmentally friendly solutions to the wastewater treatment industry.

SBI's Project Management and Fluid Bed Drying teams remain in their respective locations of Danbury, CT and Houston, TX. Schwing Bioset's mission is simple, to become the market leader in the biosolids  and beneficial reuse industry.

For more information, visit www.schwingbioset.com

JL Haber, Vice President of Programming at Multi Media Productions, adds, "Schwing Bioset is an exciting company with a unique mission. We are excited to have them as a guest on our program."

About 21st Century Business

21st Century Business airs on CNBC and the Fox Business Network as paid programming. 21st Century Business may also be viewed through video on demand via www.21cbtv.com. The 21CBTV Series is also available at more than 90 prestigious universities, including Carnegie Mellon University, Howard University, Dartmouth College, and Georgetown University.

For specific market-by-market air dates and times, please e-mail Moniqueh@mmpusa.com. For more information, please visit www.21cbtv.com.

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Schwing Bioset featured on 21st Century Business Television

(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 30, 2009 ) Boca Raton, FL --- Schwing Bioset, Inc. (SBI) was created in 2006 by spinning off the Material Handling Division of Schwing America into its own company. The new company was created to better focus on meeting the unique needs of the wastewater treatment industry. In addition, the spin off afforded Schwing Bioset, Inc. the ability to leverage its two-decades of successful wastewater treatment installations at Schwing America into an aggressive pursuit of alternative “green” solutions in the wastewater treatment industry.

In 2006, SBI opened a new 20,000 square foot engineering and manufacturing facility in Somerset, WI in order to rapidly expand its service offerings. The “Bioset Process” and Fluid Bed Drying technology are two examples of Schwing Bioset’s commitment to delivering innovative and environmentally friendly solutions to the wastewater treatment industry.

SBI's Project Management and Fluid Bed Drying teams remain in their respective locations of Danbury, CT and Houston, TX. Schwing Bioset’s mission is simple, to become the market leader in the biosolids and beneficial reuse industry.

For more information, visit www.schwingbioset.com

JL Haber, Vice President of Programming at Multi Media Productions, adds, “Schwing Bioset is an exciting company with a unique mission. We are excited to have them as a guest on our program.”
About 21st Century Business
21st Century Business airs on CNBC and the Fox Business Network as paid programming. 21st Century Business may also be viewed through video on demand via www.21cbtv.com. The 21CBTV Series is also available at more than 90 prestigious universities, including Carnegie Mellon University, Howard University, Dartmouth College, and Georgetown University.

For specific market-by-market air dates and times, please e-mail Moniqueh@mmpusa.com. For more information, please visit www.21cbtv.com.

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West Central Wisconsin Biosolids Facility, Ellsworth, WI

April 2009

Schwing Bioset has completed start-up of a new Bioset Class A lime stabilization system at the West Central Wisconsin Biosolids Facility (WCWBF) located in Ellsworth, WI. The WCWBF serves as a regional facility for more than ten local communities offering strictly dewatering and residuals management services.
The WCWBF had an existing Class A lime system that mixed biosolids with lime and fly ash. That system was plagued by continual mechanical failures and extreme dust and odor issues for nearly the entire 10-year span it was in operation.

The WCWBF hired Town & Country Engineers of Madison, WI to review available Class A technologies and evaluate the proposals received from the short-listed vendors. After studying other Class A technologies and touring other available alkaline stabilization systems (including another technology that utilizes supplemental heat) only two proposals were solicited - a replacement of the existing system, or a Bioset system from Schwing Bioset.

The WCWBF selected the Bioset process because it offered a lower cost proposal that also:

  • Greatly reduced the volume of Class A material produced
  • Contained dust and minimized odors in the enclosed vessel
  • Provided a consistent Class A material
  • Produced a material that was free of the metal contaminants that are present in fly ash additives.

As the WCWBF has no significant up-stream storage capacity the new equipment needed to be installed and operational within one week. Schwing Bioset met this need by providing the installation and commission services with its own installation crew.
The facility is already reaping the benefits of the improved Class A product as a revenue stream. Historically the WCWBF had to pay local Contractors to have the other material removed. Now, Contractors are paying the WCWBF for the Bioset material which is being used as a substitute for agricultural lime and fertilizer.

Schwing Bioset has completed start-up of a new Bioset Class A lime stabilization system at the West Central Wisconsin Biosolids Facility (WCWBF) located in Ellsworth, WI.

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