What to consider when selecting a Packaged Water Plant

Packaged water plants are typically used for flows ranging from 5,000 to 6,000,000 gallons per day (GPD). Influent and effluent water quality are the main considerations in determining the suitability of a packaged plant application. Most packaged water plant equipment suppliers will often supply systems for pilot tests to evaluate the treatment process needed. Other factors to consider in regards to system use are: capital costs, schedule, footprint, implementation, system reliability operation, and environmental regulations.

  • Pre-engineered, pre-fabricated structures result in lower cost
  • Unit is easily transported to the customer's project site
  • Design allows for a quick turn around time for delivery and installation
  • System is simple to operate and requires low manpower
  • Effective aerobic operational principal
  • User friendly - low and easy maintenance
  • Regulatory compliant
  • Custom design / application specific systems
  • Long service life

  • Land development / housing / subdivisions
  • Small and medium sized cities
  • Mobile home parks
  • Remote mining, logging, and construction sites
  • Recreational areas such as parks and marinas
  • Low Flow / High Strength and High Flow / Low Strength application
  • Biological treatment for industrial wastewater flows
  • Manufacturing facilities, power plants, military bases
  • Schools and other educational campuses

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