Key to Dewatering – Save Money by being Proactive

By Baseline Water/Wastewater Engineering

waste-waterWater/wastewater treatment is an ongoing, high priority in Colorado and there’s no shortage of news about it—especially with discharge regulations getting tighter.  Remember the controversy about the strict standards for arsenic levels CDOT encountered on its highway improvement project at I-25 and West Alameda?  A similar issue happened to RTD on its excavation for an underground bus station at Denver’s Union Station.  In both situations, these ...

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FREE Pump System Optimization Workshop

Technical Unit Credit from Operator Certification Program Office Available

  • Performing Energy Audits
  • Improving Pump & Blower Efficiency
  • Identifying Energy Recovery Opportunities
  • Discovering “Green” Generation Technologies
  • Getting Electric Utility Rebates
  • Wasting Money

By Baseline Water/Wastewater Engineering

No doubt these topics are all hot issues, but how do you find the time to learn everything you need to know about them?  Baseline’s Water/Wastewater Engineering Divisions has consolidated them into a six-hour workshop and subsequent two-hour field training.  This ...

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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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