The plant was startup and placed back into service near the end of October. Doors and windows were replaced. The control systems were tested and the plant was placed into automatic operation. Remaining work consists of cleanup, touchup, caulking, sealing and painting.
The floors, walls, and roof of the new process treatment building are complete. Piping, pumping, and treatment equipment installation inside of the building will continue throughout winter. The chlorine contact basin tank was taken out of service at the beginning of November and the modifications of the existing structure were begun in order to convert … Read More