Valencia Water Reclamation Plant

Valencia Wastewater Project
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DAS PROJEKT IM ÜBERBLICK

PROJEKTTYP:
Abwasser
Eigentümer:

Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District

Ingenieur:

Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District

Beauftragte Firma:

Myers & Son

Rohrmaterial:

Kugelgraphitguss

Rohrgröße:

36"

Ort:

Santa Clarita (Kalifornien, USA)

Lösungen:

  • Bewegung
  • Seismic
  • Flexibilität
  • Buried Pipe

The Valencia Water Reclamation Plant, a part of the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District, was upgraded to provide advanced treatment. It is one of two reclamation plants that discharge wastewater into the Santa Clara River, the last natural river in Southern California, which flows through Fillmore, Santa Paula, and the Oxnard Plain to the Pacific Ocean.

Seit den frühen 2000er Jahren muss auf Weisung des California Regional Water Quality Control Board Chlor aus den aufbereiteten Abwässern entfernt werden, die in den Fluss geleitet werden, da es als schädlich für die salzempfindlichen Kulturen erachtet wird, die stromabwärts angebaut werden.

To meet the State’s requirements, the Sanitation District added $87.3 million in advanced treatment facilities to the Valencia Water Reclamation Plant. The advanced treatment project utilized Style W77 AGS Flexible Couplings on DIP. The AGS couplings feature a wider, wedge-shaped groove that facilitates proper coupling positioning by decreasing initial installation sensitivity. The large diameter couplings are manufactured with fusion bonded epoxy designed specifically for use on the water and wastewater systems for buried pipe.

IM ÜBERBLICK

PROJEKTTYP:
Abwasser
Wastewater Icon
Eigentümer:

Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District

Ingenieur:

Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District

Rohrmaterial:

Kugelgraphitguss

Ort:

Santa Clarita (Kalifornien, USA)

Beauftragte Firma:

Myers & Son

Rohrgröße:

36"

Lösungen:

  • Bewegung
  • Seismic
  • Flexibilität
  • Buried Pipe

The Valencia Water Reclamation Plant, a part of the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District, was upgraded to provide advanced treatment. It is one of two reclamation plants that discharge wastewater into the Santa Clara River, the last natural river in Southern California, which flows through Fillmore, Santa Paula, and the Oxnard Plain to the Pacific Ocean.

Seit den frühen 2000er Jahren muss auf Weisung des California Regional Water Quality Control Board Chlor aus den aufbereiteten Abwässern entfernt werden, die in den Fluss geleitet werden, da es als schädlich für die salzempfindlichen Kulturen erachtet wird, die stromabwärts angebaut werden.

To meet the State’s requirements, the Sanitation District added $87.3 million in advanced treatment facilities to the Valencia Water Reclamation Plant. The advanced treatment project utilized Style W77 AGS Flexible Couplings on DIP. The AGS couplings feature a wider, wedge-shaped groove that facilitates proper coupling positioning by decreasing initial installation sensitivity. The large diameter couplings are manufactured with fusion bonded epoxy designed specifically for use on the water and wastewater systems for buried pipe.