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MSD MORRIS FORMAN WASTEWATER PLANT
The MSD Morris Forman Plant is a Domestic WWTP with an average
flow of 75 – 80 MGD. The WWTP experiences highly volatile flow rates that peak as high as 178 MGD. The plant was experiencing operational issues including high odors being generated from their sludge cake and the facility.
The local Waste Management landfill had restricted the amount of sludge it was willing to receive from Morris Forman 145 MGD WWTP due to the amount of odors coming from the sludge.
In addition, the highly volatile flow rates to the wastewater plant were causing plant upsets leading to poor effluent quality, odor issues inside the plant, unmanageable sludge generation and high operating costs.
SciCorp Treatment Plan and Execution
The management of the WWTP reached out to SciCorp engineers to explore treatment options. SciCorp engineers reviewed the plant operating data and proposed that BIOLOGIC™ SR2 be added on a continuous basis at three locations in the plant:
Following a six month treatment project BIOLOGIC™ SR2 achieved the following results:
By working with SciCorp, the plant operators were able to help the facility avoid: