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Ames, Iowa, Builds New Municipal Water Treatment Plant With WesTech Clarifiers, Filters, and Aerators

Posted by WesTech Engineering on Jun 19, 2017 10:00:00 AM

In 2009, the city of Ames, Iowa, decided to build a new municipal water treatment plant after concluding that renovation and expansion of the existing plant would be more difficult and expensive than starting fresh.

The city’s existing plant, built in 1924 with a filtration system installed in 1927, was originally an iron removal facility with the capacity to handle two million gallons per day (MGD).

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Category: Water Treatment

Groundwater Treatment Removes Contaminants Including Iron, Manganese

Posted by WesTech Engineering on May 10, 2017 4:44:13 PM

Approximately 35% of public-supply water withdrawals come from groundwater sources. One of the most common issues that water plants encounter when it comes to groundwater treatment is the removal of contaminants, including iron and manganese.

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Category: Water Treatment

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