SEVAR AG emerged in 2020 from a managed buyout of the environmental technology division of Haarslev Industries A/S. The same proven technology of belt drying with over 30 years of experience is now continued under the name SEVAR, with a motivated team. The German company with headquarters and production near Karlsruhe is supported by an international network of partners and agents. SEVAR designs and manufactures equipment for the thermal treatment of municipal and industrial sewage sludge, biomass and digestate. Reference plants are available for visiting worldwide.
BELT DRYER JEBEL ALI DUBAI (UAE)
In 2009 SEVAR was commissioned with the delivery of 3 lines of the Belt Dryer BD 3000/12 for full drying of 112000 t/a digested sewage sludge. The sewage sludge is produced by the municipal sewage plant of Dubai is designed for 1,500,000 PE.
BELT DRYER ALBSTADT (DE)
German city Albstadt ensures the sludge disposal of its municipal waste water treatment plant and the wastewater treatment plants in the surrounding environmentally sound and running-cost effectively. Therefore in 2012 a biomass cogeneration plant with a sludge drying plant was built on the WWTP Albstadt-Ebingen site.
BELT DRYER OPOLE (PL)
In 2013 SEVAR has built 2 drying lines with the belt dryer BD 3000/6 with a water evaporation capacity of 2,100 kg H2O /h in the sludge treatment plant of the municipal WWTP Opole in Poland. Both dryer lines can operate independently.
BELT DRYER SCHAFFHAUSEN (CH)
In addition to the renewal of the mechanical-biological treatment of domestic and commercial biowaste as well as garden waste, a drying system for sewage sludge was built in the waste treatment plant (KBA) in Schaffhausen.
BELT DRYER LOCMINÉ (FR)
The Liger (Locminé innovation management of renewable energies), which emerged from a project, is a local energy center. Unique in Europe, it is the fi rst site to combine two green energy sources: Methanization of wood to produce electricity, heat, green fuel and fertilizer.
BELT DRYER WHANGANUI (NZ)
Purpose of adding the drying plant was reducing the sludge volumes and makes sludge disposal safer and easier. Therefore, US EPA Class A Rule 503 guidelines are fulfi lled by selecting the thermal drying process.