Case Study

DIMMINUTOR® Saves Monterey County Time, Money, And Manpower

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The pump stations at Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency (MRWPCA) were having a problem with their channel grinders. The twin-shaft, drum-style channel grinders were used in the ten pump stations in the region that feed into the main Monterey Regional plant.

The plant is located in northern Monterey County, California, on 100 acres, and has a capacity to treat 29.6 million gallons per day. It receives 18.5 million gallons of water each day from the 250,000 people it serves, and uses a primary treatment processes of physical separation using a bar screen and settling tanks, and a secondary treatment of using microscopic organisms found naturally in the environment.

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