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    Anaheim Water Recycling Demonstration Project

    The City selected MWH, now part of Stantec, to design the Water Recycling Demonstration Facility (WRDF), which will consist of a membrane bioreactor system, ozonation and UV disinfection. The WRDF was built in two phases with an ultimate treatment capacity of 100,000 gpd. Phase 1 of the project consisted of designing and building a 50,000 […]

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    Camrosa Water Reclamation Facility Disinfection Study

    The Camrosa Water Reclamation Facility (CWRF) provides recycled water for crop irrigation but was limited in the volume of water it could produce because the chlorine contact basins, which pre-dated the rest of the treatment facility, were not large enough to meet the default regulatory minimum contact times (CT). MWH, now part of Stantec, developed […]

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    Clark County Advanced Wastewater Treatment Membrane

    Beginning in 2002, this project focused on the demonstration of the suitability of membrane filtration and ozonation in a tertiary wastewater treatment application for water disinfection. MWH completed the design in 2008. The initial demonstration phase treated 30 mgd of secondary effluent on an annual average basis, with expandability to 150 mgd ultimate capacity. The […]

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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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    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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    Framework for Direct Potable Reuse and Water Reuse Roadmap

    Our experts have been involved as project advisory committee members for the Framework for Direct Potable Reuse (DPR) and as experts for the development of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) Water Reuse Roadmap. The Framework document was developed to provide a context for DPR, including the costs, benefits, energy requirements and comparative issues with other water sources and […]

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    Gibson Island Advanced Water Treatment Plant

    MWH, now part of Stantec, served as lead designer in the alliance that completed the detailed water treatment design and construction of the Gibson Island Advanced Water Treatment Plant (AWTP) in 2008. The plant treats 26 mgd of secondary effluent from the Gibson Island wastewater treatment plant and provides reclaimed water to power stations, industrial […]

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    Gibson Island Advanced Water Treatment Plant

    As part of the Western Corridor Recycled Water Scheme, MWH, now part of Stantec, served as lead designer in the alliance that completed the design, construction, and start-up of the Gibson Island Advanced Water Treatment Plant (AWTP) in 2008.

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    Ozone-BAF Treatment Alternative for Direct Potable Reuse

    Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources (DWR) is undertaking a study to evaluate the feasibility of ozone-biological filtration and whether it could be part of the treatment process for a direct potable reuse (DPR) scenario. This process train eliminates the costs and technical issues associated with membrane concentrate disposal. With Principle Investigator, Denise Funk, the […]

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    Pure Water Program

    MWH, now part of Stantec, provides program management, preliminary design, technical support and extensive regulatory support services for the 20-year, multi-billion dollar Pure Water San Diego Program – the first large-scale surface water augmentation potable reuse program to be implemented in the US. As part of the first phase of the program, the City of […]