Heartland Offers Water Management Solutions
Heartland Technology Partners is dedicated to developing and marketing technologies that tip the scales in the favor of reason and sound ecological principles when applied to complex waste management challenges.
Heartland’s technology development programs are driven by the core belief that simple, reliable and effective systems are the best way to satisfy customers’ needs, and the strongest measure of our success is their success.
Heartland will participate in the Produced Water Disposal & Reuse Initiative 2014 – Utica & Marcellus event, March 26-27, 2014 in Canonsburg, PA. Please stop by our booth (#8) and speak to our representatives about our unique LM-HT® wastewater treatment technology.
Photo by Rashah McChesney/Peninsula Clarion
Louis Cassens, a project engineer with Heartland Technology Partners, works on a leachate thermal evaporation unit Monday March 17, 2014 at the Central Peninsula Landfill in Soldotna, Alaska.
Heartland was sponsor, exhibitor, presenter, and co-chair at the Water Management Session at the 17th Annual Energy, Utility & Environment Conference in Phoenix, AZ February 3-4, 2014.
Heartland’s presentation, “Adiabatic Evaporation – Power Plant Water Management“, defines how success in managing both landfill leachate and produced water from oil and gas E&P operations within Heartland’s unique adiabatic evaporative processes led to selection for demonstration at the Water Research Center (WRC) at Georgia Power’s Plant Bowen. Southern Company, EPRI, Georgia Power, SRI, fourteen utility company members of EPRI and Heartland are partners for the demonstration, which is scheduled to begin operation in March. Heartland’s Mike Rutsch, Patti Bain, Bob Irwin Terry Beasy, Craig Clerkin and Bernie Duesel along with Bob Gardner of Great Plains Energy, who have joined directly with Heartland in developing the WRC demonstration unit, all attended the conference and staffed Heartland’s exhibit.
View Heartland’s EUEC 2014 presentation
This month Heartland celebrates 3 years without an OSHA recordable accident. Heartland is committed to responsible occupational health and safety management and has made this commitment an integral part of all our business activities.
“It is the care that our team members display for one another that ensures everyone goes home without harm each and every day”
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Heartland’s Terry Beasy, Bill Wisbrock and Teresa McPherson staffed our exhibitor’s booth, and Terry, Heartland’s VP of Operations, presented to the main assembly at the 17th Annual LMOP Conference and Project Expo in Baltimore, MD January 21-23, 2014.
The presentation, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) – Why and how CHP increases the value of landfill gas for new and existing LFGTE projects, reviews development of the Turnkey and King George landfills’ CHP LFGTE projects, and in the case of King George Landfill, expansion of the project. Performance data along with design parameters for these systems focuses on providing information to assist landfill owners and operators to assess how CHP may be applied to existing or new LFGTE projects. Aspects of the presentation include energy balances and other advantages of such projects including flexible options for applying adiabatic leachate concentrators to CHP projects that extend through the life cycle of landfills.
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