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.
The AnoxKaldnes Hybas™ process has the advantage of accepting a significant combined sewer overflow (CSO) while maintaining a nitrifying biomass and eliminating the need to construct new aeration basins on a constrained site.
ICP selected Veolia Water Technologies to refine the process due to their experience in the industry and overall development capabilities for crystallization process design using HPD® Technology. A series of tests were conducted to simulate various stages of the proposed flowsheet with the goal of validating the overall design.
The team of Veolia Water Technologies and Michael Baker Corporation was selected to design a 10.5-MGD acid mine drainage (AMD) treatment system utilizing Veolia's DenseSludge™ technology, along with a mine dewatering pump station.