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Chockhavatia Associates have the ability to manage these complex # effluent treatment contracts # from planning level through construction. All waste water treatment, whether domestic or industrial must result in a clean effluent that meets environmental standards. The level of treatment will vary, depending upon the current regulations and the wastewater treatment plant?s discharge location #.
Wastewater Treatment Processes
Processes included in the design of a sewage plant are unique to each facility. Many factors must be taken into consideration?volume of waste water to be treated, characteristics of the incoming wastewater, required level of purification of the water?will all be considered during the design phase of the project.
Other important items that determine a sewage treatment works? process include proximity to residences and businesses. A wastewater treatment plant next door to a subdivision may need to install odor and noise control equipment.
Depending on the regulations for the receiving stream, filtration and nutrient removal may be required. And industrial water treatment plants may need coagulation or other facilities to remove metals.
Planning and Preliminary Engineering
Because sewage treatment works are so complex, planning and preliminary engineering can be crucial to the success of these projects.
Whether designing a new facility or upgrading or modifying an existing wastewater plant, many facets come into play?environmental, regulatory, political, technical, and budgetary concerns must be part of the process.
Planning level design will provide a wide overview of the proposed project, and help work through some of the major desires and bring up possible impediments to the project.
As part of preliminary engineering, permitting agencies can be contacted to discuss potential regulatory issues. The engineer can hold public workshops if desired, to determine any changes that may make the wastewater treatment plant more acceptable to citizens living nearby. And the design can be adjusted to alleviate any environmental concerns.
It may also be helpful to have a construct-ability review by a contractor during preliminary design as well. Contractors often have good ideas that can save money during construction of the project.
Sewage treatment plant is expensive, so ideas for reducing costs should be considered at this time as well as during final design. Both operational and capital costs should be considered, and life-cycle costing is certainly recommended when specifying wastewater equipment.