What is a composting facility package plant?
In the water/wastewater treatment and composting industries, a package plant typically refers to a small, prefabricated unit dropped on-site, ready to connect to the larger system. A McGill composting facility package plant is different.
Since McGill doesn’t build small facilities, its “package” is actually a set of blueprints and specifications for an industrial composting plant pre-engineered to meet the specific environmental containment, throughput, and feedstock requirements of the owner.
Actual construction may include prefab and off-the-shelf components, but there is likely iron going up at the site and concrete to pour, too.
While the owner is still responsible for site-specific engineering, all other aspects – structure, process, operating procedures, etc. — are provided with the package. Initial crew training and start-up supervision is included, too.
Pre-engineered McGill facilities ensure efficient, economical operations because they are designed by folks who have been successfully building and running trouble-free, 100,000+ TPY commercial plants for nearly 30 years.