Monday, December 11, 2017

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HISTORY OF THE SOUTH SUBURBAN TREATMENT FACILITY

The District’s original treatment facility was constructed at the current site in 1958. This facility consisted of an influent pump station, influent flow measurement flume, and four facultative lagoons. In the late 70’s, a chlorine gas disinfection system, a chlorine contact channel, and an effluent flow meter were added. In 2001 the plant was upgraded with the construction of a new influent pump station, influent force main, screening system, pond aeration system, pond baffles, and pond levee improvements. 


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