WASTEWATER PROJECTS

Eastwood Wastewater Collection and Treatment System, Wayne County, Ohio
EastwoodEngineering Associates, Inc. provided services including the preliminary report, detailed design, construction administration, and construction observation for a sanitary sewer collection system improvements and new wastewater treatment plant. The preliminary report evaluated alternatives for the collection and treatment of the wastewater based on economic and environmental factors and recommended an alternative for implementation. The sanitary sewer portion included installing 6,700 feet of 12" gravity sewer and 5,100 feet of 8" gravity sewer. The treatment plant consisted of a 160,000 gallon per day membrane bioreactor plant with UV disinfection, and phosphorus removal. Funding for this project included the Ohio Public Works Commission, ARRA and USDA Rural Development. The construction cost was $2,640,000.

Beach City Wastewater Treatment Improvements, Beach City, Ohio
Beach CityEngineering Associates, Inc. provided services including the design, construction administration and construction observation for an expansion and reconstruction project that increased plant capacity to 0.3 mgd. Improvements consisted of a new influent structure with raw sewage pumps, a new preliminary treatment building with rotary screens, two new oxidation ditches with center clarifiers, a new tertiary filter and U.V. disinfection building, reconstruction of the aerobic digester into two units and converting two aeration tanks into flow equalization tanks. Funding for this project included USDA Rural Development. The construction cost was $3,050,000.

Jeromesville Wastewater Collection and Treatment System, Jeromesville, Ohio
JeromesvilleEngineering Associates, Inc. provided services including the preliminary report, detailed design, construction administration, and construction observation for a new sanitary sewer collection system and wastewater treatment plant. The preliminary report evaluated alternatives for the collection and treatment of the wastewater based on economic and environmental factors and recommended an alternative for implementation. The sanitary sewer portion included installing 4,000 feet of 10" gravity sewer, 11,300 feet of 8" gravity sewer, and two pump stations. The treatment plant consisted of a 66,000 gallon per day extended aeration plant with slow sand filtration and UV disinfection. Funding for this project included the Ohio Public Works Commission, CDBG, OWDA, and USDA Rural Development. The construction cost was $2,860,000.

Lodi Wastewater Treatment Plant, Lodi, Ohio
LodiEngineering Associates, Inc. provided services including the preliminary report, detailed design, construction administration, and construction observation for a major upgrade and expansion to the existing treatment plant providing treatment for 0.800 million gallons per day based upon average daily flow and up to 4.330 million gallons per day based upon peak wet weather flow. The project included new influent pumping, preliminary screening, grit removal, aeration tanks, aerobic digesters, tertiary filters, UV disinfection, phosphorous removal, septage receiving, sludge pumping, sludge dewatering, control building and tertiary filter building as well as conversion of existing units to clarifiers and flow equalization. The construction cost was $6.18 million.

Batdorf Road Area Wastewater Systems, Wayne County, Ohio
BatdorfEngineering Associates, Inc. provided services including the preliminary report, detailed design, construction administration and construction observation for the construction of sanitary sewers and a pump station to connect an unsewered area to the City of Wooster. This project includes 16,500 feet of 8" gravity sewer and one 75 gpm pump station. Funding for this project included the Ohio Public Works Commission and USDA Rural Development. The construction cost for this project was $1.7 million

Kidron Wastewater Collection and Treatment System, Wayne County, Ohio
KidronEngineering Associates, Inc. provided services including the preliminary report, detailed design, construction administration, and construction observation for a new sanitary sewer collection system and wastewater treatment plant. The preliminary report evaluated alternatives for the collection and treatment of the wastewater based on economic and environmental factors and recommended an alternative for implementation. The sanitary sewer portion included installing 6,400 feet of 10" gravity sewer and 21,000 feet of 8" gravity sewer. The treatment plant consisted of a 160,000 gallon per day extended aeration plant with rapid sand filtration, UV disinfection, and phosphorus removal. Funding for this project included the Ohio Public Works Commission and USDA Rural Development. The construction cost was $3,200,000.