CAMBRIDGE, Ont. – Lystek International, the Cambridge, Ontario-based provider of advanced biosolids management solutions has renewed its contract to manage the City of North Battleford, Saskatchewan’s biosolids for another five years.
North Battleford was the first community in western Canada to recognize the many advantages of diverting its biosolids from landfill in favor of converting it into LysteGro, a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) registered biofertilizer product via its low-temperature, low-cost Thermal Hydrolysis Process (Lystek THP).
“From the initial deployment of the award-winning Lystek system here at the City in 2014 and throughout the following (first) five years of our relationship with Lystek, they have consistently demonstrated exemplary customer service and the ability to fulfill our goal to divert our biosolids from landfill and produce a marketable, Class A fertilizer product local farmers both want and need,” said Stewart Schafer, director of utility services for North Battleford.
“We look forward to continuing our positive working relationship with Lystek.”
“They clearly understand how to maximize the value of their technology, as well as our operational requirements and what it takes to successfully market a Class A quality, CFIA registered biofertilizer product here in Saskatchewan,” Schafer added.
“We are proud of the exceptional relationship we have built with the City of North Battleford and are committed to the development and nurturing of mutually beneficial, long term business partnerships that provide real value to all of our customers,” said Kevin Litwiller, director of marketing and communications for Lystek.