Manchester WWTF Solids Train Upgrade
Improving solids treatment to meet environmental regulations.
This $19.6 million project includes complex modifications to upgrade the solids train and reduce the discharge of phosphorous at northern New England’s largest treatment plant. Work includes modifications to the sludge thickening, sludge mixing, continuous sludge wasting, dewatering and dewatered cake storage processes, in addition to a new Vactor truck receiving station, exterior odor control piping and supports, and a Mannich polymer uploading station.
Extensive MOPO planning and close coordination with the engineer and plant staff ensures the facility is fully operational and in compliance throughout construction.
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