The world’s first full-scale fluidized bed reactor co-disposal facility located at the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District’s (WLSSD) central waste-water treatment complex in Duluth, Minnesota, began its shakedown operation in the fall of 1979. The authors present herein basic design criteria, a system description, November 1979 system status, and areas of operational concern.

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