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Bringing clean, sustainable biosolids gasification to New Jersey


Linden, NJ, Mayor Derek Armstead (above left) recently toured the site of the Aries Linden Biosolids Gasification Facility and discussed progress made to date with Aries’ Construction Manager Steve Barrett. The mayor is looking forward to this environmentally friendly method of biosolids disposal that will process 430


tons per day. In the photo on the right, the thermal oxidizer is set in place. Inside the thermal oxidizer, the gas converted from the biosolids will be combusted to release energy for the drying process. Hot gas will exit through the round holes. The square hole is a maintenance entrance.


Project Snapshot State-of-the-art, patented fluidised bed facility located in a re-purposed building within the Linden Roselle Sewerage Authority complex Process 430 tons per day of biosolids Producing 22 tons of beneficial biochar daily Closed-loop system requires no fossil fuels during operations Construction underway Full operations in the first quarter of 2021


Local Benefits Diverts 130,000 tons of biosolids from landfills annually


Lowest cost option for biosolids disposal in NY/NJ Metropolitan area System is carbon negative and captures methane (with a global warming impact 23 times greater than CO2) that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere Reduce Greenhouse Gases due to reduction in trucking miles of conventional disposal methods Aries Clean Energy Build-Own-Operate model provides no financial risk to Linden Roselle Sewerage Authority Host Community Benefits to City of Linden


Serving the largest metropolitan area in the US – The New York metropolitan area includes New York City, Long Island, and the Mid and Lower Hudson Valley in the state of New York; the five largest cities in New Jersey: Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, and Edison, and their vicinities; six of the seven largest cities in Connecticut: Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury, Norwalk, and Danbury, and their vicinities. In a 25 mile radius, there are 13,517,045 people with 6,650,741 in the labor force.


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