South Beloit Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements

The South Beloit WWTP project is a $34 million dollar, multi-phase project. It entails the demolition of numerous structures along with modifications to existing structures to create the new plant. Construction will include a new headworks building, control building, clarifiers, sludge dewatering building, and maintenance building. Also included are modifications to convert two package plants into new digesters along with the renovation of an existing digester tank to a new IFAS BNR system. The project will improve the quality of solid residuals to be sold and used in agricultural processes, increase treatment capacity by 33 percent, and reduce electrical energy consumption by 15 percent.

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The State Historical Society of Missouri Center for Missouri Studies

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Ronald McDonald House

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