Case Studies

Demonstrating the capabilities of Veolia Water Technologies in North America

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Virginia’s Largest MBBR Protects the Chesapeake

Municipal

As part of a long-term strategy to protect and restore the Chesapeake Bay, Fairfax County developed a Nutrient Reduction Program (NRP) for the NCPCP to significantly reduce nitrogen and phosphorus in the plant’s effluent. 

Improving Total Nitrogen Removal

Municipal

As a discharger to the Neuse River Basin, this Eastern North Carolina wastewater facility struggled for many years to meet its nitrogen removal allocation of 7,096 lb./yr.

Reducing Odor & Corrosion

Municipal

Better results, lower cost, cutting edge technology and excellent customer service have made this project a huge success.

Polymer Optimization Pilot Studies

Municipal

ENVISTA Vis proved the ability to provide operational savings for sludge dewatering at two sites through pilot testing.

The Power of Bundling: BIOSTYR® + ACTIFLO®

Municipal

The Metropolitan Syracuse Wastewater Treatment Plant (Metro) is designed to treat an average monthly flow of 84 million gallons per day (MGD), with a peak flow of 126 MGD and a hydraulic capacity of 240 MGD.

Hydrotech Discfilter + BioCon™: One Plant, Two Solutions

Municipal

The WWRWRF's biological treatment process is an advanced five-stage process for biological removal of nitrogen and phosphorus followed by secondary clarifiers. 

Sustainable Nutrient Removal with IFAS

Municipal

The City of Cocoa Beach faced some challenges. USEPA had established Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for nutrients and dissolved oxygen (DO) in the Indian River and Banana River Lagoons in East Central Florida. 

BioCon™: A Class A Solution in Alderwood, WA

Municipal

The Picnic Point Wastewater Treatment Facility is operated by the Alderwood Water and Wastewater District out of Lynnwood, WA. The BioCon™ dryer has been operational since 2013. The plant has a design flow of 4 MGD, expandable to 6 MGD.

AnoxKaldnes Hybas™: Meeting New Limits

Municipal

The Narragansett Bay Commission owns and operates the Field's Point Wastewater Treatment Facility (FPWWTF) in Providence, Rhode Island.

Deux Montagnes - Mobile ACTIFLO® Dredging

Municipal

In order to avoid sediment transfer from the dredging loca on, the Total Suspended Solids (TSS) had to be limited to avoid the transfer of material. The TSS value to be respected was less than 25 mg/L. 

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