Flemington WWTP Emerging Contaminants Removal

The project will consist of the installation of a new effluent flow meter, via a parshall flume and ultrasonic meter and a new UV Disinfection system on the effluent side of the WWTP to replace the current chlorination system.

Flemington owns and operates a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) & collection system. The WWTP components include a manual bar screen, (4) flow equalization chambers –(2) 7,000 gal chambers & (2) 8,400 gal chambers; (2) chlorine contact chambers with a volume of 1,200 gal ea., dichlorination facilities, a post aeration chamber with a volume of 3,400 gal; one wastewater treatment train comprised of (5) aeration chambers with 8,000 gal ea., (2) clarifiers with a volume of 5,300 gal and a surface area of 125 sqft ea., & an aerated sludge holding tank with a volume of 8,700 gal; one wastewater treatment train comprised of (5) aeration chambers with a volume of 10,500 gal ea., (2) clarifiers with a volume of 5,300 gal & a surface area of 125 sqft ea., & (2) aerated sludge holding tanks with a volume of 5,300 gal ea., & all requisite appurtenances. The WWTP has a design flow value of 90,000 GPD. The collection system includes approx. 64,820 LF of gravity sewer line, 290 MH's, 85 CO's, 7 lift stations, 20,590 LF of force main line, & all requisite appurtenances, which serves approx. 360 customers. The system has one permitted outlet (Outlet 001) for the discharge of treated wastewater to Simpson Creek of the West Fork River of the Monongahela River.