WCCD Recognized for Excellence
For the second year in a row, West Central Conservancy District has been recognized for outstanding plant performance from Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
The District was recognized for its daily efforts to run its plant systems at the most efficient and effective levels possible. The plant utilizes a 4-basin AquaSBRŽ Sequencing Batch Reactor System for primary treatment of the conservancy district's wastewater. Newly installed in 2006, the system is operated, regulated and monitored by the District's licensed and experienced plant professionals.
The District's plant collects, purifies and restores on average about 3.2 million gallons per day, and can reach up to a maximum peak flow of 6.6 million gallons per day for its more than 7,000 customers.
"It takes highly trained professionals to oversee the treatment of this volume of wastewater while continuing to run the most efficient system possible," said District Manager Ron Goff. "Our operations staff deserves credit for this achievement because it's through their hard work every day that we reach this high level of performance. It is our ongoing goal to utilize the most cost effective, environmentally safe and healthful methods available in treating wastewater."
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. is a leader in the design and manufacture of wastewater treatment equipment and systems for both municipal and industrial worldwide markets.