Case Study

Butler WTP Solves Membrane Integrity Issues And Meets EPA LT2 Rule With Aqua MultiBore® Membranes

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Butler Water Treatment Plant (WTP), located in Missouri, receives its influent from a surface water impoundment fed from Butler Lake, Maris de Cygenes River, and Miami Creek. Following treatment, it provides potable water to over 300 businesses, (4) schools, 4100 residents and (4) other Public Water Supply districts.

Butler WTP was originally constructed in 1967 with a 1 MGD capacity and utilized upflow clarifiers, dual-media filters, and a disinfection tank. The plant operated successfully with this fl ow scheme until 2002 when its dual-media filters were in desperate need of replacement in order to meet state effluent permit requirements.

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