UXBRIDGE - The town's Wastewater Treatment Plant was recently selected by EPA for a 2012 Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Excellence Award.
What does WWTP stand for?
WWTP stands for Wastewater Treatment Plant
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The project boundary is between the inlet to Billund Wastewater Treatment Plant and the end to the recipient from Grindsted Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Aa The wastewater treatment plant incorporates conventional wastewater treatment technologies in the form of mechanical/biological processes.
Untreated wastewater and treated wastewater were obtained from a wastewater treatment plant that processes domestic wastewater from residents living in a nearby city (Matsushima City).
That is, there is normally a traditional wastewater treatment plant upstream of the wetlands.
One of their major projects was the Walden Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Of the chloride output from the wastewater treatment plant, 13 percent is from the reclamation process; 40 percent stems from water softeners installed in residents' homes; 39 percent is from the natural water supply; and 8 percent is from industrial and commercial uses, Nellor said.
Acting through a newly formed joint operating company named Coplata, the two companies will manage operations of the existing 400-litre-per-second or 9-million-gallon-per-day, Lecheria Wastewater Treatment Plant and the associated distribution and metering systems for 20 years.