The $3.1 million Piper Creek Regional Improvement Phase 1 mandated by the Unified Government of Wyandotte County in Kansas City, Kansas comprised a new pump station, a force main sewer, and gravity sewers. The improvements were made to service the newly completed Piper Creek Elementary School, which opened in Fall 2020, and the rapidly growing surrounding community.
Penetron’s antimicrobial admixture was added to the concrete mix during batching. The specialty admixture uses an electro-physical mechanism to destroy the cell walls of micro-organisms, such as thiobacillus bacteria, which converts hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S) into biogenic sulfuric acid (H2SO4). Penetron’s antimicrobial admixture is a permanent solution.
February 16, 2021
Penetron Technology Prevents MIC at Piper Creek Pump House
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