Improved Capacity at Louisville WWTP

Preventing Solids Loss & Improving Capacity at Louisville WPCC Click here for a printable PDF A wastewater treatment plant must be prepared to handle an influx of flow to its system during dramatic rain events to mitigate risks of an overflow to discharge locations. Therefore, plants must be sized to handle increased capacity as populations…

CTI President & CEO Receives Prestigious Award

CTI President & CEO Receives Prestigious Award CTI President & CEO Rick Reed received the Lifetime Engineering Achievement Award from the Ohio Water Environment Association (OWEA) at their annual conference on Tuesday, June 25, 2019. This award honors an OWEA member who, as an Ohio design engineer, has consistently delivered good basic engineering design of…

Solids Handling Improvements at Beaver Creek WWTP

Click here for a printable PDF version Many older wastewater treatment facilities must undergo extensive facility upgrades due to increasingly strict water quality standards and increasing population and treatment requirements. These upgrades, while costly, result in plants handling much higher flow rates with more efficiency and cost effectiveness. Processing and disposal of solids generated at…

CUDA Waterline and Windstone Pump Station

Click here for a printable PDF The Catoosa Utility District Authority (CUDA) located in Catoosa County, GA needed an alternative emergency source of drinking water in the event its primary water source, the Yates Water Treatment Plant, should fail to supply the necessary quantity or quality of water to its customers. CUDA decided they should…