4001 Weston Pkwy
Cary, NC 27513
Phone: (919) 677-8310
Fax: (919) 677-0082
The Hydrotech Discfilter system has allowed the Oconomowoc WWTF to consistently meet effluent TSS limits and increase capacity. The system fits within the existing facility footprint and hydraulic profile. In addition, the City has realized substantial cost savings.
The Monteray Shores WWTP needed to increase treatment capacity and improve effluent quality to meet new nitrogen and phosphorus limits within the existing constrained facility site.
The City of Buffalo faced challenges such as rising disposal costs, odor issues, and increase in plant capacity while needing to meet EPA 503 Class A standards all in a limited site footprint. Kruger supplied the BioCon® Biosolids Dryer and Energy Recovery System to meet those needs.
Plant expansion was driven by an increase in hydraulic loading and a new Total Inorganic Nitrogen Limit
Kruger's AnoxKaldnes Hybas™ process has increased plant capacity to 8 MGD and demonstrates TIN levels of less than 5 mg/L.
Kruger's BIO-DENITRO system, followed by the Kruger Hydrotech Discfilter, achieved the goal of producing high quality effluent for reclaimed water.
Kruger's Biosolids and BioEnergy Solutions Deliver up to 90% Biosolids Operational Savings
In order to achieve more stringent effluent limits, the City of Flagstaff worked with Black and Veatch to upgrade the Wildcat Hill Wastewater Treatment Facility, located in northern Arizona.
To meet demand of growth within the city and to achieve production of reclaimed reuse water. The facility was also challenged to meet tertiary effluent limits of CBOD 5 mg/L, TSS < 5 mg/L and TN 10 mg/L.
The City and County of Boomfield, Colorado, with a population of 48,000 was in need of improved wastewater treatment to meet effluent guidelines for phosphorus, ammonia, nitrates and BOD removal from their wastewater.