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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some common questions we get asked about our equipment and process.

If you have a specific question feel free to reach out to us!  We look forward to hearing from you.

Q:  What are the advantages of using SludgeNet Dewatering Trailers over Wet Hauling?

A:   Lower operating costs, reduced  truck traffic (less wear and tear on roads and safer streets), extremely clean and quiet.

Q:  How many gallons per hour can SludgeNet process?

A:   One SludgeNet Dewatering trailer can process 25,000 to 35,000 gallons of sludge in about 4 hours depending on the thickness of the sludge. We also have the ability to increase that flow by using multiple trailers hooked together.

Q:   Who Disposes of the Sludge?

A:   SludgeNet disposes of the sludge at approved local landfills.

Q:   How quickly can SludgeNet start hauling sludge from our plant?

A:   Once all contractual agreements and regulatory approvals are complete SludgeNet can begin service within 3-5 days.

Q:  How far will SludgeNet travel to service a plant?

A:  Currently SludgeNet operates within a 500 mile radius of Houston, TX.  Geographical expansion is part of our growth strategy so please inquire.

Q:  How loud is the SludgeNet process?

A:   Unlike wet haulers, we shut our trucks off while processing so our system is extremely quiet.

Q:  What other services does SludgeNet offer?

A:  We sell polymer and Sell or Lease polymer injection systems and sludge pumps.

Q: What do you need to get started?

A:  Contractual agreement and regulatory approval.  Please Inquire.

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Q: What is the advantage of using the Roll-X Reactor over a belt press?

A: The Roll-X Reactor is much less maintenance. It is capable of processing cleanout waste from vac trucks containing all kinds of sand, grit, etc. 

Q:  How many gallons of sludge per hour can the Roll-X Reactor process?

A:  The Roll-X Reactor can process 100-250 gallons per minute, depending on the waste stream.

Q:  Who disposes of the Sludge?

A:  This is determined by the plant operator. The Roll-X Reactor is a stationary unit that dumps into a roll off box, dump truck, or end dump.

Q:  How is the Roll-X Reactor delivered?

A:   Delivered with ease on our custom built delivery trailer, that raises the Roll-X unit off the trailer, therefore omitting the need for heavy equipment. Roll-X is typically set up and ready to operate within 3 days of delivery.

Q: How long does it take to get the Roll-X Reactor once purchased?

A:  We manufacture in-house and schedule delivery out in approximately 3 months from signed purchase agreements. Some exceptions could apply.  Inquire to further discuss.

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