Upgrading and Retrofitting Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants” is a new MOP from WEF. Upgrading and retrofitting represents the single largest investment that a public or private utility will make. The tricky aspect of upgrading and retrofitting a treatment plant is that during the upgrade process the rest of the plant must operate with no process upsets and meet permitting guidelines. Written by a set of industry experts who have significant years of experience in this area. It is a practical MOP geared to avoid pitfalls, cost overruns, and permit violations.
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TESTED STRATEGIES FOR UPGRRADING AND RETROFITTING WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
This detailed manual outlines procedures that will help water and wastewater treatment plant upgrading and retrofitting projects proceed smoothly and cost efficiently -- from initial assessment to final commissioning.
Contributed by international experts charged with developing current practice methods, this resource offers guidance on the intricacies involved in avoiding process interruptions and meeting permitting requirements while improvement projects move forward. Upgrading and Retrofitting Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants also includes a list of pitfalls to avoid and advice on preventing cost overruns.
For those involved with the single largest investment that a public or private utility may ever make, this manual will prove to be an essential tool.
Essential upgrading and retrofitting coverage:
COMPREHENSIVE CONTENT FROM LEADERS IN THE FIELD
Introduction * Planning * Facility Plan * Project Delivery Systems * Preliminary Design Phase * Final Design Phase * Value Engineering for Renovating and Upgrading Water and Wastewater Facilities * Bid Phase * Construction Phase Management for Plant Upgrades * Plant Startup and Commissioning * Appendix: Federal and State Agencies
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