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Packaged Wastewater Treatment Plant

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Packaged Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Packaged Plant Treatment System is a type of biological treatment for domestic waste using the extended aeration process. Packaged Plants are compact, self-contained, and factory prefabricated.

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The Packaged Plant Treatment System is a type of biological treatment for domestic waste using the extended aeration process. Packaged Plants are compact, self-contained, and factory prefabricated. They are able to treat 1,000 to 150,000 gallons per day, depending on your unique application. Packaged plants are ideal for:

  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Apartment Complexes
  • Mobile Home Parks
  • Highway Rest Stations and
  • Military Bases

RWL Water packaged plants are in operation throughout. In recent years, RWL had the privilege of working with the US Army Corps of Engineers on a large wastewater treatment project. In fact, the Camp Victory Wastewater Treatment Facility is the largest known wastewater treatment plant in the world. Click here to see the 60-second video on the project.

Typical packaged plants include screening, flow equalization, aeration, clarification, sludge digestion, and effluent disinfection. Tank sizes and internal flow rates are custom-designed to meet the treatment requirements of your wastewater. Pre-filters, post-filtration and other treatment systems can be added to meet specific site conditions or effluent requirements. Let the experts at RWL Water size and quote a packaged plant for your next wastewater treatment project.

RWL Water also offers circular factory field erected wastewater treatment systems capable of producing 2,000,000 gallons per day of clean water. For more information on RWL Water treatment systems and our complete line of aeration equipment please visit us on the web at www.rwlwater.com.

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