Kirksville Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements

Improvements to the current Wastewater Treatment Plant include increasing the plant’s over all average daily flow capacity to 4.0 million gallons per day with the ability to handle
peak flows of 12.0 million gallons per day, a new influent pump station, a new headworks
building with mechanical screening and vortex grit removal, new aeration basins with fine
bubble diffusers and pre-anoxic basin, new secondary clarifiers, a new return activated
sludge/waste activated sludge lift station, a new scum pump station, modifications to the
existing anaerobic digesters to convert them to aerobic digesters with floating aerators, and modifications to the existing control building, including supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) control.

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Caterpillar Inc.

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Marshall Water Treatment Plant Improvements

Project consists of the construction of a new clearwell, new high service pump station, chemical feed systems, conversion of the existing clearwells to contact basins, new SCADA system, new administration building, and all appurtenant work for complete and fully functional…