JWC Honey Monster
JWC’s Honey Monster septage receiving station and Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) receiving system quickly screens and processes septage, grease, FOG or sludge from haul trucks. This automated acceptance plant allows for cleaner handling of septage truck waste by reducing and separating unwanted solids such as rocks and rag. The unique combination of grinding, solids removal, washing and dewatering allows a typical septage truck to unload in 5 to 15 minutes. The septage receiving station is completely enclosed to ensure safety, vector control and containment of foul odours. The automated Honey Monster septage receiving station makes managing septage waste easy for both the wastewater plant operator and the hauler. The hauler just connects their cam lock hose and starts the flow. Septage waste will pass by the SRS3000 Rock Trap before the Muffin Monster grinder shreds the debris found in septage waste. Ultrasonic level sensors work with the system’s PLC to modulate the plug valve and regulate the flow into the screening area. An auger screw and perforated screening trough screens out unwanted debris to protect downstream. Trash is washed, fully compacted and dewatered for disposal with JWC’s unique double helix compaction zone. The Honey Monster is also available with the optional Monster Track system. This option controls hauler access to the septage disposal systems and will provide data for accurate billing. It provides unique identification of the hauler and tracks the quantity of FOG of septage waste discharged. The Monster Track system can also monitor system levels and can alarm for unexpected pH levels in dumped waste.