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    Coleshill STW

    Coleshill STW Phase two consisted of building of a new Inlet works to provide accurate control of flow to preliminary and full treatment, satisfactory screening capacity, and accurate inlet works flow measurement and satisfactory grit removal.  

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    Consolidation Feasibility Study for Rocky Mountain Region Utility

    With their wastewater treatment plant operating at capacity and drinking water source of supply drying up, one Colorado utility was presented with a series of serious challenges and one important question: Should they forge ahead alone or attempt to enter into a regional solution with their neighbor? Going at it alone would require the utility, […]

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    Deerdykes, Cumbernauld

    Deerdykes is a Composting and Organics Recycling Facility In-Vessel Project, actively receiving green waste, liquid wastes (industrial effluents) and sludges (from industrial wastes) for on-site processing. Green waste is delivered in large waste collection vehicles and is offloaded into a reception area. It is shredded and composted in extended beds on hard-standing areas. Liquid waste […]

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    Delft Railway Zone Soil Management

    MWH and Dura Vermeer Milieu BV were jointly asked to provide input on the organisation of earthmoving operations in connection with the construction of an underground railway line in Delft. In consultation with the client, it was decided to have the excavated soil BRL 9335-certified. The project concerns a tunnel track with a length of […]

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    Developing Tools for Surface Water Nutrient Loading Attributable to Reclaimed Water

    In 2009, MWH, now part of Stantec, received a Tailored Collaboration grant from the WateReuse Research Foundation (WRRF), now WE&RF. In collaboration with several Florida utilities and management agencies, this funding supported the development of an empirical approach for distinguishing the contribution of water reuse irrigation toward nutrient impairment of surface waters in Florida. The […]

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    Energy Scans for Provincial Water Supply Co.

    To help reduce CO2 emissions, PWN has prioritised the Trias Energetica as follows: Reduce energy consumption and prevent greenhouse gas emissions Use sustainable sources of energy Compensate The first step – reducing energy consumption – was taken by performing energy scans. These energy scans provide insight into the current levels of energy consumption at the […]

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    EPA Guidelines for Water Reuse, USA

    One of the most challenging issues that we currently face is how to address the regulation of drinking water reuse. Dr. Kati Bell, supported by Dr. Allegra da Silva and other MWH, now part of Stantec, staff resources, leads the industry in wastewater treatment regulations. Dr. Bell served as the project manager for the 2012 U.S. […]

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    Estí Hydroelectric Project

    Meeting Panama’s Growing New for Power MWH was the Owner’s Engineer for the 120 MW Estí Hydroelectric Project, part of a program to meet Panama’s growing need for electricity. Completed in 2003 and located 400 kilometers west of Panama City, the project uses outflows from the existing Chiriquí and Fortuna hydroelectric projects, intervening inflows of the […]

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    Fellgate Surface Water Management Solution

    Fellgate estate in Jarrow, Tyne and Wear has a history of flooding and suffered extensive property flooding in 2012, affecting 175 properties. Surface water flooding originates from sewers, highway drainage, run off from land, small local water courses and ditches during heavy rainfall. MWH, now part of Stantec, supported a partnership of Northumbrian Water Group […]

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    Final Design of WWTP and Sewerage System in Biella

    Between 1992 and 2007, MWH assisted Cordar S.p.A. Biella Servizi – in charge of the Integrated Water Service in the Province of Biella, northern Italy, serving 50 municipalities – in designing and constructing three wastewater treatment plants and in extending the sewerage system in the area of Biella.