In 2004, New Britain completed a new $60 million water treatment plant that can accommodate up to 22 MGD. The New Britain Water Company (NBWC) is a conventional treatment plant that uses ozone as a pre-oxidant, followed by coagulation, flocculation, filtration, and chlorination for final disinfection.
In this case study, read about the underdrain that has performed flawlessly for the NBWC during its 16 years in operation. From the moment it was commissioned until today, it has operated reliably with no maintenance issues or repairs needed. Explore more about this technology and its features.