Roux was retained as the design/builder of an Automated pH Adjustment System to treat combined storm, process, and sanitary sewer water prior to discharging to the local publicly owned treatment works (POTW). The system is capable of treating an average flow of 150 gallons per minute (GPM) with a peak flow of 600 GPM during storm events. The project involves: demolition of the existing pH adjustment system; installation of new sewers, manholes, and a lift station; a 35’ x 50’ treatment building with associated utilities; and the installation of the new Automated pH Adjustment System with an overhead steel platform.
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Design/Build of Automated pH Adjustment System
Stormwater, Process Water, and Sewer Water Treatment