Collection Systems White Papers & Case Studies

  1. City Of Dixon, IL, Uses PolyBlend® Dry Polymer Preparation System As Part Of A Creative, Cost-Neutral Biosolids Disposal Arrangement

    The City of Dixon, Illinois, located 100 miles west of Chicago, went on-line with an upgraded 4.5 MGD wastewater treatment plant in February 2002.

  2. Sewer District Reduces Plant Polymer Usage With PolyBlend® DP Dry Polymer Preparation System

    Located between San Francisco and Sacramento in Solano County, California, the Fairfield-Suisun Sewer District (FSSD) services more than 135,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers over 41 square miles.

  3. City Of Tacoma, WA, Continues To Choose PolyBlend® Dry Polymer Preparation Systems After 25 Years Of Reliable, Consistent Performance

    Serving over 200,000 ratepayers, the City of Tacoma operates two award-winning wastewater treatment plants.

  4. City Of Dartmouth Reduces Polymer Usage And Improves Dry Solids With PolyBlend® Polymer Preparation Systems

    The City of Dartmouth, MA, Water Pollution Control Division is responsible for operating the town’s 3 million gallon per day wastewater treatment facility, a testing laboratory, a composting site, a sludge.

  5. Screen Provides Critical Protection At 25 MGD MBR In North Las Vegas

    North Las Vegas’s field facility is an MBR plant that was brand new when Huber’s rotary fine screens were implemented as part of its new water treatment and reclamation process. The facility is “smart,” using a level of technology at which few large plants operate. Huber’s advanced fine screening technology plays a key role in the impressive and innovative technology lineup.

  6. Fine Screen Technology Brings Star Water And Sewer District Into The Future

    The RPPS Star Technology fulfills an important role in protecting the membrane bioreactor by eliminating as much solid screening as possible. The unit is dependable beyond expectation and performs extremely well.

  7. Centerfeed Fine Screen Dramatically Increases Throughput

    The Rotamat screen has been a popular choice for protecting debris sensitive technologies downstream such as MBRs. Through a constant program of responding industry needs, Huber Technology has developed the RPPS Star Pro series centerfeed fine screen. When combined, the Star and Pro options for the RPPS increases capacity and enables for even finer perforations, allowing for increased screenings removal in a tighter footprint.

  8. Tooele, UT, Harnesses The Sun To Reduce Sludge Volume And Saves Big

    City of Tooele needed to reduce sludge volume that would produce reusable material, be simple to maintain, and provide cost effective operation. The Huber Technology SRT Solar Dryer was determined to be a technology fit to achieve Tooele’s goals. The linear feed design of the SRT Solar Dryer provided the ability to feed dewatered sludge to the dryer as it was produced. Read the full case study to learn more about their installation.

  9. Headworks Bio Brings IFAS Upgrade To Port Klang WWTP In Malaysia

    Oleon NV is one of the leading producers of oleochemicals since the 1950s and specializes in converting natural fats and oils into a wide range of oleochemical products, such as fatty acids, glycerine, esters, dimers, technical oils, specialty oleochemicals and biodiesel. All the products, made from renewable raw materials, combine high performance with ready biodegradability

  10. Headworks Improvements Resulted In Significant Reduction Of Maintenance

    Previously the crew at Payson WWTP wrestled with clogs that required constant attention and increased system downtimes. With the installation of the new headworks, the comparison was stark because suddenly the flow from the headworks was debris-free.