Case Studies

Demonstrating the capabilities of Veolia Water Technologies in North America

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23 case studies

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Ultra Low P Performance

Municipal

The Medford Wastewater Treatment Plant sand filters were nearing the end of their useful life and presented many operational and maintenance challenges. In addition, the facility faces the need to achieve an effluent Total Phosphorus of <0.075 mg/L by 2024. The facility treatment system would require an upgrade to the Hydrotech Discfilter system in order to meet this limitation. 

Simple Sidestream Start Up

Municipal

The sidestream process is designed to reduce the impact of nitrogen load returned back to the mainstream treatment process and ensure that the plant meets the stringent discharge TN limit of 3 mg/L.

How to get that simple retrofit?

Municipal

The City of Camas, WA WWTP was faced with replacing their existing pile cloth media disk filters in the same footprint with an option that is easier to clean and maintain.

How to achieve phosphorus removal at ultra low levels?

Municipal

The City of Bristol set out to reduce phosphorus removal with effluent loads from their Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) into the Pequabuck River.

Net Zero Resource Recovery

Municipal

Hermitage Municipal Authority undertook a major upgrade of its solids handling facility to increase treatment capacity and to boost biogas generation.

How to treat variable source water in one single solution?

Municipal

West Hills Water Treatment Plant (WHWTP) project to improve drinking water quality, water supply reliability, and to balance regional water resources in the Hollister Urban Area (HUA).

How the health of the Long Island Sound was improved with nutrient removal?

Municipal

New SPDES limits issued in 2005 and a negotiated Order-of-Consent would require an upgrade to the New Rochelle WWTP with nutrient removal from its discharge.

How to remove hardness and alkalinity from your groundwater?

Municipal

A pilot study was conducted to demonstrate the ACTIFLO® Softening process in the removal of total hardness and alkalinity from the Okeechobee plant’s ground water source. 

How to achieve Primary Filtration in a compact space?

Municipal

The installations requires very limited space, with the Hydrotech Drumfilters configured in two main rows that are fed by a common channel in order to optimally use the cavern’s width. 

How to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus in the Chesapeake Bay?

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. 

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