Case Study | April 29, 2014

Meeting New Effluent Quality Requirements With MBRs

Source: Ovivo

When the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) issued a new waste discharge requirement, the Nevada County Sanitary District saw that a major upgrade of the existing WWTP's lagoon system would be required. An MBR system was selected due to its capability of meeting new effluent quality using the existing plant footprint and its competitive operating costs.

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