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Newark’s HRT Facility-Project cost is 50 cents/gal

The City of Newark started up their new 30 mgd High Rate Treatment (HRT) facility in 2011.  Wet weather flow is diverted to the HRT when plant capacity is exceeded.  Effluent criteria is a minimum 80% removal of TSS and 126/100 ml E. Coli. 

The entire 30mgd facility fits on a 65 ft x 195 ft footprint.

Major items of the process include:

1. Pumps – Five Flygt pumps, each 6000 gpm at 30 ft
2. Screens – Two Parkson AquaGuard™ Screens, 6mm, each 15 mgd
3. Grit Removal – Two Eutek Headcells™ by Hydro International, each 15 mgd, 12 ft dia, 904 sq ft surface area(each), 95% removal greater than 150 mesh
4. HRT – two 15 mgd Actiflo™ units by Kruger, 60gpm/sf
5. UV Disinfection – One Trojan Trojan UV4000Plus, 28 mgd

Flow Sheet

Parkson AquaGuard Screens

Prominent ChemFeed Package for DeFoamer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sign up for your Parkson OHxyPhogg on site pilot demonstration

The weather prediction for August is HOT and HAZY when pump stations and treatment plants experience their worst odor and grease problems. It will be the perfect time to show off Parkson’s OHxyPhogg odor and grease control system. We will be conducting complimentary on site pilot demonstrations using our trailer mounted unit shown here. We will be in Ohio the week of August 1st, in Kentucky the week of August 8th and in Indiana the week of August 15th. Contact us right away for an appointment to be first in line.

Parkson OHxyPhogg Update !!

Odor FREE Demos Available NOW !!
To schedule your free demo, call us at 800-597-5099
Or e mail us at
 

The Parkson OHxyPhogg odor control system uses patented air atomizing three-fluid nozzles for incredibly efficient fogging results.  The OHxyPhogg combines ozone, water and air to create hydroxyl ions that are efficiently dispersed throughout confined spaces such as lift stations, wet wells, holding tanks and headworks channels.  The fog creates a chemical reaction that reduces or eliminates Hydrogen Sulfide bacteria and other odorous compounds.  While odor control is most often the primary area of interest, the hydroxyl ion fog  is an effective method of REDUCING GREASE as well in most applications. Bowling Green uses the OHxyPhogg in a couple of their pump stations. Let us know if you would like to check it out. In the meantime, get with us to sign up for a FREE DEMO.

CLICK HERE or on photo below for Demo and Brochure

Parkson OHxyPhogg

Fight grease and odors in your plant and lift stations!

 The Parkson OHxyPhogg odor control system uses patented air atomizing three-fluid nozzles for incredibly efficient fogging results.  The OHxyPhogg combines ozone, water and air to create hydroxyl ions that are efficiently dispersed throughout confined spaces such as lift stations, wet wells, holding tanks and headworks channels.  The fog creates a chemical reaction that reduces or eliminates Hydrogen Sulfide bacteria and other odorous compounds.  While odor control is most often the primary area of interest, the hydroxyl ion fog  is an effective method of reducing grease in most applications as well.  Additionally, the system is extremely easy to maintain, with simple cartridge filter replacements and nozzle cleaning.

For additional information click on the brochure below:
Parkson OHxyPhogg Brochure