MBR Helps Ohio WWTP Expand Its Facility Within Its Existing Footprint By Ovivo
The Carrollton Wastewater Treatment Plant located in eastern Ohio, was upgraded from conventional activated sludge technology. After a detailed investigation to fully understand plant operations, The City of Carrollton indicated that MBR technology was the best option for this application.
Six Great Reasons To Consider Ozone For Wastewater Disinfection By Louis LeBrun, PE, Pinnacle Ozone
Most anyone reading this story is certainly familiar with the use of chlorine and/or UV for the disinfection of treated wastewater effluent. You’re also probably at least somewhat familiar with the use of ozone for drinking water treatment. The purpose of this article is to introduce you to just a few of the benefits of using ozone in your next wastewater treatment project.
Disinfection And Emerging Contaminant Removal With HyDOZ By BlueInGreen
BlueInGreen partnered with a facility in Arkansas to study disinfection of wastewater and removal of emerging contaminants of concern (ECC) by utilizing dissolved ozone. The plant has a firm capacity of 12 MGD and includes primary clarification, activated sludge, secondary clarification, and sand filtration prior to the existing UV system.
Old Town Adopts Modern Wastewater Treatment System By Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
As with many of today’s aging plants reaching 30+ years of service, the outdated technology and inefficiencies at Shepherdstown, West Virginia's wastewater plant had placed a burden on the town and its officials. The system was no longer able to accommodate the community’s growth or meet the federally mandated Chesapeake Bay Initiative’s strict effluent requirements on nitrogen and phosphorus.
MBBR Solution Delivers In Minnesota By Headworks International Inc.
Moorhead Wastewater Pollution Control Facility, located in Minnesota, is one of the oldest installations using moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) technology to clean the wastewater generated in their community, treating six million gallons of wastewater per day.
From The Editor
10 Apps For Water And Wastewater Professionals
Smartphones, when programed with the right apps, can serve important functions at wastewater and water treatment facilities. These 10 apps make it easier to do everything from calculating chemical dosages to installing the right size sewage pipes.
No longer should large wastewater facilities feel limited to chlorine disinfection. Now — with the TrojanUVSigna — those facilities can confidently choose UV and benefit from its inherent safety features, cost-saving advantages, and disinfection performance.
The United States continues to face water and wastewater funding issues. As the industry struggles, it consistently encounters the age-old problems of governance and funding, which has led to delays in accepting and implementing best practices for maintenance.