Designed by Commonwealth Engineers of Indianapolis, IN, the new 1.75 million gallon per day (MGD) wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Paoli comprises a new influent lift station, screening, sequence batch reactor (SBR), UV disinfectant tank, cascade aeration tank, sludge holding tank, a bag dewatering system, chemical phosphorus removal system, electrical and controls, and effluent sewer and outfall.
Delivered in pre-measured soluble bags to simplify the batching process, PENETRON ADMIX SB is added to the concrete mix, which reduces concrete permeability, increases chemical resistance, and enables the self-sealing of any new or future hairline cracks – enhancing durability and extending the service life of the WWTP’s treated concrete structures.
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