Barberton WWTP Improvements – Phase 3

CT provided engineering design services for improvements to the following key unit processes:

  • Summit County Metering Vault – Installed a new influent flow meter in a pre-cast concrete vault to support an existing Summit County sanitary force main.
  • Grit Tank – Removed and replaced the drive unit; sandblast, prime finish and repaint collector mechanisms, scrapers, and bridges. Work included the rehabilitation of an adjacent channel slide gate.
  • Primary Clarifiers – Removed and replaced the drive unit sandblast, prime finish and repaint collector mechanisms and bridges, replaced center feed well, scum skimmer arm, squeegees, and related components on two (2) clarifiers. Work included the rehabilitation of control gates at the Primary Influent Splitter Chamber and the Primary Effluent Chamber.
  • Trickling Filter – Removed the existing vent screens and replaced with new vent plates on two (2) filters. Work included the structural repair of delaminated concrete around the vent openings, as well as, the installation of manhole steps into the side of the existing trickling filter control chamber.
  • Intermediate Settling Tanks – Removed and replaced collector drives, sandblast, prime finish and repaint collector mechanisms and bridges, replaced squeegees, and related components on three clarifiers. Work included the rehabilitation of control gates at the Intermediate Settling Tanks Splitter Chamber.
  • Final Clarifiers – Removed and replaced collector drives, sandblast, prime finish and repaint collector mechanisms and bridges, replaced squeegees, installed new final clarifier scum troughs, and rehabilitate related components on three clarifiers. Work included the rehabilitation of control gates at the Final Settling Tanks Splitter Chamber.
  • Chlorine Contact Tanks – Rehabilitation of the influent and effluent control gates.
  • Effluent Meter – Installed a new effluent metering chamber and associated metering equipment. Work included control/SCADA upgrades to support the new metering equipment.

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