With disposal options for the 42 million gallons of accumulated sludge piling up at the Southside Wastewater Treatment Plant, the City of Clinton opted against the trucking business.
The replacement of several motors and other components at the City of Morton's sequencing batch reactor generated enough electricity cost savings to pay the monthly SRF loan installments.
Hazlehurst operators were robbing parts from one component to fix another. When they'd finally had enough, WGK came in to help design a face lift for the facility.
A multi-phased master plan of updates to rehabilitate the Natchez Wastewater Treatment Plant includes a "green" project to produce Class A Exceptional Quality Biosolids, the first of its kind in Mississippi.
A customized aerated lagoon is designed to replace a 65-year-old mechanical monster.
At the Decatur South Wastewater Treatment Lagoon, the only way to get on top of a problem is to... get on top of the problem (by 2 feet).
After struggling with 12 wetland cells, five aerated ponds and some exceptionally stout wastewater, Gulf States Canners realized that less is far, far more.
Multiple, long-term projects are needed to rehabilitate the Clarksdale wastewater treatment plant, but immediate repairs must be performed to maintain compliance.
With multiple systems failing, the water and wastewater sytems at Oakley Youth Development Center required correction.
An ongoing rehabilitation program keep Clarksdale's wastewater treatment plant in compliance using SRF funding.
During the 2012 SRFrehabilitation project an electrical issue cause the UV disinfection system to completely fail. WGK got emergency CDBG funding to replace the failed system.
in 2007, Raymonds East Lagoon could not cope with the excessive amount of trash from the newly constructed Hinds County Penal Farm. The "Muffin Monster" new grinder pump, solved the problem.