Municipal Water & Wastewater
Wastewater & Stormwater Collection
Depleted traditional water supplies, increased regulations, contaminated sources and the desire for more robust water and wastewater treatment create a foundation for the implementation of advanced treatment technologies.
Our experience in developing comprehensive water and wastewater solutions means that we can help you identify potential sources and evaluate the treatment options that will meet both short- and long-term goals. Your project solutions will balance technology implementations — micro- or ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, advanced oxidation, electrodialysis reversal, ion exchange — with critical considerations of capital cost, O&M cost, operability, regulatory requirements, reliability and efficiency.
Our custom solutions to water and wastewater treatment also address your community’s unique needs and your operational strategies. Advanced treatment facilities, including nutrient removal and wastewater reuse facilities, provide a perfect opportunity to incorporate operational preferences with efficient designs.
We have all engineering disciplines in-house, so we can complete projects from the concept stage through design, permitting and construction to startup and commissioning. For nutrient removal facilities, we combine process modeling with advanced treatment systems such as multireactor biological treatment processes, Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) and membrane bioreactors (MBR).
Process modeling for advanced water and wastewater systems is a critical step supporting improved cost controls and optimized infrastructure performance. Our team has experience modeling both new and existing treatment processes, building varied models to help evaluate alternatives digitally. This helps avoid costly changes during construction. We follow up to reconcile the model with the field performance, providing the utility with a valuable process management tool.
Water and wastewater utilities are subject to changing effluent limits and regulatory requirements. Achieving the expected outcomes in your treatment systems is critical. By maximizing use of an effective process model, utilities can gain confidence in existing process technology performance, achieve performance gains at existing treatment plants, and manage costs on new facilities and facility improvement projects.
Our team includes trained process modeling professionals who are experienced with these complex process modeling tools, partnering with your team to interpret and apply modeling results to gain value within your advanced water and wastewater treatment systems.
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