What is the actual average daily flow?
The actual daily flow of our facility is 3,000,000 gallons per day.
What is the designed average daily flow?
Our facility is designed to handle 4,630, 000 gallons per day.
What is the designed average wet weather flow?
7,910,000 gallons per day is our designed average wet weather flow.
What is the designed peak wet weather flow?
Our facility is designed for 28,000,000 gallons per day in peak wet weather flow.
What is the population design?
Our facility is designed to handle a population of 29,370 people (for 2020).
What is the maximum loadings per day?
On a daily basis, our facility handles:
- 11,000 lbs of BOD5
- 11,000 lbs of Total Suspended Solids
- 1,550 lbs of Nitrogen
- 350 lbs of Phosphorus
What is the receiving stream?
Our receiving stream is Mill Creek.
What is the permit classification?
Our permit classifications is limited aquatic life which requires the following permit limits:
- Weekly average limit of 25mg/L or Part Per Million (PPM) of CBOD5
- Monthly average limit of 16mg/L or PPM of CBOD5
- Weekly average limit of 30mg/L or PPM of Total Suspended Solids
- Monthly average limit of 20mg/L or PPM of Total Suspended Solids
- Monthly average limit of 1.0mg/L or PPM of Phosphorus
- Daily minimum limit of 4.0mg/L or PPM of Dissolved Oxygen
- Limited PH Range between 6.0 - 9.0 standard units
How many influent pumps?
Our facility has 3 screw pumps with an ability to pump 15 MGD each or 10,500 gallons per minute.
Our preliminary treatment consists of 2 fine screens with 1/8" openings and wash press.
Our facility has 2 oxidation ditches that use 400' x 65' tanks which hold 2,750,000 gallons each.
We have 3 100' x 15' SWD circular clarifiers which hold 881,000 gallons each at our facility.
Biosolids Storage Tanks
We have 2 120' x 24' SWD circular concrete tanks which hold 2,030,000 gallons each.
Gravity Belt Thickener
Our gravity belt thickener is 3 meters.