EP Magazine Covers Benkelman Water Treatment Plant

waste-waterBaseline Engineering has completed the master planning, design, engineering, funding, and construction documents for a 600-gallons-per-minute water treatment plant.

Baseline Engineering is ready to break ground on a project the firm has been working on since 2007 to remove arsenic and uranium from Benkelman, Nebraska’s drinking water. The town has a population of about 1,000 people, according to the 2000 census.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently lowered the arsenic standard for drinking water to ...

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In Design Stage – Uranium/Arsenic Water Treatment Plant

waste-waterWe finally have the technology approved by the State and Funding Agency.  We are now 30% complete with design of a 600 GPM Arsenic and Uranium Water Treatment Facility.  This design is tricky because the raw water is high in Silica.  After a long deliberation, we decided to not adjust the pH.  We have an MnO2 coagulation filtration unit and dose ferric chloride on the front end to take care of the Arsenic.  After that ...

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Red Cliff’s Wastewater Facility Now “Shovel Ready”

newsGolden, CO (PRWEB) | October 5, 2009

Baseline Engineering designed the $3.2 Million Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge Wastewater Treatment Facility for the Town of Red Cliff. Ground breaking for the new plant occurred on September 29, 2009.

Finally! That was the collective feeling of the project team on September 29 when ground was broken on the new Red Cliff Wastewater Treatment Facility. A project that has been 20 years in the making took a ...

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Global Atlanta Interviews Brewer on Las Catalinas Project

newsBy David Beasley | Global Atlanta | September 15, 2099

In 2005, Charles Brewer again found himself at a crossroads.  He had already founded Mindspring Enterprises Inc., an Internet service provider, which merged with Earthlink Network Inc. in 2000 to become the second largest Internet company in the U.S. After leaving the tech field a few months after the merger, Mr. Brewer became a real estate developer, transforming a former cement recycling plant ...

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