The facility is designed to meet advanced effluent standards as the discharge is used for ground water recharge. Funding for the project included grants and loans from PWTF, CDGB, SRF, CCWF, and RECD. The project also included Small Town Environment Program's (STEP) community labor and volunteers and use of prison labor.
Project work included pre-design report, design, surveying, construction and grant administration services for 55,000 lf sanitary sewer collection system, abandoning septic tanks, and a 0.6 MGD wastewater treatment to serve the town that had been served solely by septic tanks. The WWTP included pump station, headworks, aerated sludge, sludge handling, UV disinfection, and rapid infiltration.
Gary Crowder, Public Works Manager
Design and construction management for 3.1 MGD WWTP in Wilbur, WA. Plant is an extended aeration activated sludge plant with mechanical screen headworks, aerated grit chamber, MLE treatment process, UV disinfection, biosolids stabilization ponds, and infiltration ponds.
Design and construction phase services for new well, chlorination system and transmission main to increase the municipal water supply and improve system reliability. Project included 400 square foot building and emergency power generator.
Planning, design and construction phase services for WWTP upgrade