Kenosha Energy Optimized Resource Recovery Project

New process transforms municipal waste byproducts into energy-independent, eco-friendly solutions for cost-savings.

The Kenosha Energy Optimized Resource Recovery Project is a project of CNP and Centrisys in partnership with Kenosha Water Utility, which operates the wastewater treatment plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

The project leverages a combination of innocative technologies to create a holistic solids handling process that moves the wastewater plant towards energy independence, and yields a lower-volume and eco-friendly biosolid by-product – both of which render cost-effective results. The process is the first-of-its kind in North America.

View the Kenosha Case Study for more details.