The Pueblo requested our expertise in evaluating a microfiltration based arsenic treatment system that had been recommended by another consulting firm and compare that treatment technology to an oxidation-assisted coagulation/filtration system. Molzen Corbin concluded that the latter system had a lower capital and O&M cost, and the Pueblo agreed by issuing a contract for us to proceed with design. Operational by February 2010, one treatment facility was constructed that treats water from each of the Pueblo’s two wells.
Scope of Work
Water, Grants/Funding, Electrical, Architectural, Construction, Observation/Administration
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