IIW is working with an industrial manufacturer in the Midwest on a new WWTF.
The client operates the WWTF to treat flows from the offices, showers, and restrooms at the main manufacturing facility. The existing treatment plant is old and uses an antiquated treatment process that struggles to meet current IDNR effluent standards.
The processes included in the new treatment plant are an influent pumping station, mechanical screening, flow equalization, secondary treatment with extended air process, secondary clarification, disinfection, and sludge storage. The new plant includes a control building with an office, restroom, laboratory, and mechanical room. An emergency generator will also be installed.
IIW is providing architectural, structural engineering, environmental engineering, civil engineering, land survey, and construction administration services.