Water Treatment Plants
Most public water supplies require some form of treatment, and having, maintaining, and updating treatment facilities are imperative to providing clean, safe drinking water for communities and sources of all sizes.
While groundwater treatment requirements range from simple disinfection or pH adjustment to more complex treatment schemes for iron and manganese removal, surface water supplies typically require more extensive treatment for the removal of dissolved and suspended solids and microorganisms, requiring specialized physical and chemical treatment processes. Treatability studies are often conducted in order to properly determine the optimum treatment plan. Environmental Partners (EP) has performed bench scale, pilot scale, and full-scale water treatability studies and demonstration tests throughout New England, determining existing treatment plant conditions, and creating an optimum treatment plan. From piloting to construction through startup operations, EP guides clients through every step of the treatment plant process.