Are all wastewater treatment plants the same?
Not all wastewater treatment plants are the same. There are tertiary treatment systems, various lagoon treatment systems, oxidation ditches, biological nutrient removal systems are coming into vogue with nutrients phosphorous and nitrogen reduction, and other methods for wastewater treatment are used.

There are differences in pretreatment screening and grit removal, aeration systems can be quite different, and anaerobic digestives can have a wide variety of design. Plus, we have not even touched on disinfection practices. The receiving stream and plant location itself can make a big difference in treatment schemes.

If you have any questions, please contact Wastewater Treatment.

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1. Why is it called a regional P.O.T.W. plant?
2. What is the capacity?
3. What is the typical flow?
4. What type of treatment plant is it?
5. How is the waste treated?
6. Can you dump anything down the drain?
7. Are all wastewater treatment plants the same?
8. What becomes of the treated waste residuals?
9. Do you have tours?
10. Have there been any changes since the last upgrade?
11. What regulations if any are there for wastewater disposal?