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Kerry Doyle, CEO

Sludge dewatering equipment at Weftec 2019

Abbotsford, BC – September 5th, 2019. Trident will be exhibiting at Weftec 2019 on September 23-25 in Chicago. The leading wastewater treatment show is the perfect stage to promote Trident’s sludge treatment equipment to plant operators and engineers. The Wave Separator (sludge thickening) and MD Press (sludge dewatering) will be in the focus once again. Both pieces provide excellent sludge dewatering performance at very low operating costs. Common applications include the treatment of primary sludge, waste activated sludge, or thickened DAF sludge in the municipal or industrial sector, such as food processing, oil & gas or livestock. Trident Processes also provides other solid-liquid separation equipment, tanks and custom solutions for wastewater treatment and nutrient recovery applications.

At Weftec 2019 Trident will be part of the Tech West Delegation, which is organized by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service. During select hours you will be able to connect with a Trident representative in the Tech West pavilion (booth 7912).

To schedule a meeting with a Trident representative, contact us at 1.800.799.3740. Manufactures Reps that are interested in talking to Trident about rep opportunities can email us We look forward to seeing you in our booth 8312. For more details on the Wave Separator or the MD Press you can also visit our YouTube channel.

Trident at Weftec 2019

Trident Processes at last year’s Weftec in New Orleans 

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