PITTSBURGH, PA, MAY 18, 2017 -- Regional Utilities of Walton County, Florida has once again selected Evoqua Water Technologies through its sales partner AAG Electric Motors & Pumps Inc. for a project to expand their biological wastewater treatment plant located in the south Walton County resort community of Seacrest. In 2016, Evoqua expanded Regional Utilities' nearby Point Washington facility with an OMNIFLO® SBR system with Jet Tech technology increasing the treatment capacity from 2.0 million gallons per day (MGD) to 4.0 MGD.
The Seacrest project will also include the expansion of an existing OMNIFLO® SBR system from 2.0 MGD to 4.0 MGD allowing the plant to meet future effluent limits for suspended solids, nitrogen, and phosphorus. The consulting engineering firm, Dewberry Preble-Rish, under the supervision of Philip Jones, will provide the process design, flow analysis, and permitting.
Additional components in the Seacrest project will include two rotating drum screens, a grit removal system, and an influent bypass system. A chlorine contact basin will be reconfigured to accommodate a high-level disinfection system and a tertiary disc filtration system will be replaced. Evoqua's DAVCOSM field service team will work closely with a concrete tank supplier to provide the field-erected SBR treatment tanks. The DAVCO team will also provide the equipment installation, field service and commissioning for this plant expansion. Start-up is expected in early 2018.
The Regional Utilities service area in south Walton County, Florida has three interconnected wastewater treatment facilities, enabling the diversion of flow from one plant to the other during maintenance shutdowns, utility power outages, or peak-flow periods, which occur during tourist seasons. These facilities are located in a rapidly growing residential community that includes beach-front properties and resorts.
About Evoqua's SBR systems with Jet Tech technology
Evoqua's SBR systems with Jet Tech technology have helped municipalities and industries overcome wastewater challenges for 35 years including 700 successful installations. Today, Evoqua's OMNIFLO® and OMNPAC® SBR systems are successfully treating wastewater in plants ranging from 0.01 MGD to 60 MGD. For more information, visit www.evoqua.com/jettech.
About DAVCO™ Field-Erected Treatment Plants & Services
Evoqua, through its DAVCO™ product line and field service team, is an industry leader in the manufacture and installation of water and wastewater treatment equipment and systems including field erected biological treatment plants, screw pumps, filtration equipment and clarifier rehabilitation. The DAVCO product line is supported by experienced project teams that have been working with municipalities, developers and engineers for 50 years to deliver turkey treatment projects in as fast as six months. The single source approach integrates industry-leading expertise and equipment with design, build, installation and commissioning services. DAVCO™ Field-Erected Treatment Plants are available in a variety of configurations, including activated sludge processes, sequencing batch reactors, and oxidation ditch configurations. Capacities range from 0.1 MGD to 5.O MGD with full turnkey, retrofit or upgrade solutions available. For more information, visit www.evoqua.com/davco.
Evoqua Water Technologies is a global leader in helping municipalities and industrial customers protect and improve the world's most fundamental natural resource: water. Evoqua has a more than 100-year heritage of transforming water and wastewater through innovation and industry firsts, market-leading expertise, and unmatched customer service. Its cost-effective and reliable treatment systems and services ensure uninterrupted quantity and quality of water, enable regulatory and environmental compliance, increase efficiency through water reuse, and prepare customers for next-generation demands.
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