How We Support Waste Water Treatment Goals to Achieve a Carbon Pollution-Free Electricity Sector by 2035 and Net-Zero Emissions by 2050.
our energy solutions optimize WASTEWATER TREATMENT
Our optimization experts provide innovative solutions for wastewater treatment plants seeking to reach their sustainability goals and reduce their carbon footprint by offering environmentally friendly waste solutions.
Turnkey Project Management
End-to-End support from concept and design through project management & commissioning to scope and budget.
BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE
Battery energy storage systems and engineering support for large-scale deployments and microgrid applications.
RNG & Compression
High-quality skid systems with engineering for compressed air, liquid applications, landfill, biogas & wastewater.
Clean-tech solutions, including solar development, energy master planning, consulting, and implementation.
HARNESSING THE MOST EFFICIENT USES OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
Sewage treatment systems begin treating wastewater by collecting solid sludge. In a sludge-to-energy system, this sludge undergoes a pretreatment process called thermal hydrolysis to maximize the amount of methane it can produce. Next, the treated waste enters an anaerobic digester, which finishes breaking it down. The resulting product is a methane-rich gas or biogas that can be used for on-site energy needs or processed further and used instead of natural gas.
Sludge-to-energy systems harness methane—a greenhouse gas 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide—for energy instead of letting it escape into the atmosphere, where it would fuel climate change. Although methane releases carbon dioxide when harnessed for energy, the net emissions are negligible if methane-rich biogas is used instead of fossil fuels. Sludge-to-energy systems reduce the need for more costly and polluting forms of power, such as fossil fuels. In addition, those who operate waste-to-energy operations can directly benefit financially from selling the gas and solid digestate.
Wastewater treatment is one of the most efficient uses of sustainable energy. Using anaerobic digestion, bacteria break down organic material to produce biogas—which can be used as natural gas, heat, or electricity. Stark Tech has built its reputation on helping wastewater facilities reuse their waste by converting it into renewable natural gas.
Discover how the service experts at Stark Tech can help you reach your sustainability goals and reduce your carbon footprint today!
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Our clients recognize and value our distinctive and validated approach. No other organization matches our combination of building and energy systems expertise, analytics platform, engineering, & IT network professionals.
In a quick 16-week turnaround, Stark Tech was able to install dehumidifiers to maintain tight humidity control in order to achieve the cleanroom conditions needed to convert the 306,000 sq. ft. warehouse into a mass production site.
Critical Power and
In a green architecture design, Stark Tech incorporated a vegetated lower roof and photovoltaic collector on the upper roof with integrated temperature and lighting controls to maintain parameters that save energy and cost.
BUFFALO STATE UNIVERSITY
Protective Systems and
Master Systems Integration
The project is a 350 scfm waste water treatment plant. “The ability to capture biogas from our sewage (and transform it into RNG) is the type of innovative project that will help us reach our renewable energy goals sooner rather than later.”
Design and Fabrication
of an RNG Skid System
Opportunities in Energy Recovery from Wastewater
The percentage of wastewater that flows back into the ecosystem without being treated or reused.
The number of tons of dry-weight sludge treated by wastewater treatment plants annually.
The number of wastewater collection systems in the United States is valued at one trillion dollars.
The percentage of homes in the United States that use septic systems that contribute to contamination.
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Stark Tech has a long history of renewable energy and facilities management. Our unique six-step process accounts for all phases of development & commissioning processes.
Six Step Approach
- Customer Requirements & Evaluation;
- Project design and engineering based on life-cycle modeling and forecasting;
- Evaluation, selection, and coordination of project vendors and sub-contractors;
- Project permitting and jurisdictional post-installation inspection;
- Project Implementation & Construction Management;
- Final system commissioning and benchmarking.