emergency repairs for golden pheasant sewage plant in huntsvilleemergency repairs for golden pheasant sewage plant in huntsvilleemergency repairs for golden pheasant sewage plant in huntsville

by:Booguan     2020-09-07
Huntsville-Huntsville\'s largest sewage treatment plant faces non-
Equipment fault after meet environment standard.
Markus felmann, regional director of water and wastewater operations at mascoka, told regional engineering and public works committee members on February that the filter drainage system at the Jinji sewage treatment plant near Highway 60 needed emergency repair.
\"This is about risk and risk management,\" Firman said . \".
He explained that the plant has three large filters, part of a steel tank system designed to screen deposits from sewage.
The bottom of the tank has the screen where the mixed media is located.
When water passes through them, the media and the screen filter the wastewater, he said.
\"What\'s happening is that the screen where the media is located is blocked, damaged, and damaged.
This is only the function of its life.
\"What we are doing is changing the screen,\" he said . \".
Replacement includes new screens and mixed media, as well as Labor to take out old parts and install new parts for about $100,000.
One of the three screens was replaced in 2013, one failed and the other may need to be repaired, \"Firman said, because they are all installed at the same time.
But he pointed out that it was unwise to delay the repair of the damaged screen.
\"Although we can manage it now with two, another failure will put us in danger.
He said.
\"To mitigate all risks, we should make an emergency repair.
He said the area had planned to replace the sludge transfer pump at the plant in 2016 and suggested folding the filter replacement into the project.
However, this increase will increase the project budget from approximately $80,000 to $180,000.
The staff recommended that the $100,000 be upgraded from the planned upgrade of the Hodges Lane sewage pump station, also located in Huntsville, to the Golden Rooster project to fund the accidental repair.
District president John Klinke raised several questions about filter replacement and pump replacement, and finally asked to know what the pump might look like because it would cost $80,000 to replace.
\"Maybe we can turn it into a tourist attraction?
He said with a smile.
\"It\'s a lot of money.
Firman pointed out that the funds will buy two 50-
Horsepower pump, plus extra material and installation.
\"You will be surprised by the size of the pump,\" he said . \".
\"We\'re not talking about your small sewage pump.
Maintenance can extend the life of the plant by about 20 years, he added.
The project was approved by committee members.
The decision was made after regional staff announced a request for senior funding from the government to support the retirement of Huntsville\'s mantvi sewage treatment plant. The $65-
The million retirement project will include the upgrading and expansion of the Golden Rooster factory.
Huntsville-Huntsville\'s largest sewage treatment plant faces non-
Equipment fault after meet environment standard.
Markus felmann, regional director of water and wastewater operations at mascoka, told regional engineering and public works committee members on February that the filter drainage system at the Jinji sewage treatment plant near Highway 60 needed emergency repair.
\"This is about risk and risk management,\" Firman said . \".
He explained that the plant has three large filters, part of a steel tank system designed to screen deposits from sewage.
The bottom of the tank has the screen where the mixed media is located.
When water passes through them, the media and the screen filter the wastewater, he said.
\"What\'s happening is that the screen where the media is located is blocked, damaged, and damaged.
This is only the function of its life.
\"What we are doing is changing the screen,\" he said . \".
Replacement includes new screens and mixed media, as well as Labor to take out old parts and install new parts for about $100,000.
One of the three screens was replaced in 2013, one failed and the other may need to be repaired, \"Firman said, because they are all installed at the same time.
But he pointed out that it was unwise to delay the repair of the damaged screen.
\"Although we can manage it now with two, another failure will put us in danger.
He said.
\"To mitigate all risks, we should make an emergency repair.
He said the area had planned to replace the sludge transfer pump at the plant in 2016 and suggested folding the filter replacement into the project.
However, this increase will increase the project budget from approximately $80,000 to $180,000.
The staff recommended that the $100,000 be upgraded from the planned upgrade of the Hodges Lane sewage pump station, also located in Huntsville, to the Golden Rooster project to fund the accidental repair.
District president John Klinke raised several questions about filter replacement and pump replacement, and finally asked to know what the pump might look like because it would cost $80,000 to replace.
\"Maybe we can turn it into a tourist attraction?
He said with a smile.
\"It\'s a lot of money.
Firman pointed out that the funds will buy two 50-
Horsepower pump, plus extra material and installation.
\"You will be surprised by the size of the pump,\" he said . \".
\"We\'re not talking about your small sewage pump.
Maintenance can extend the life of the plant by about 20 years, he added.
The project was approved by committee members.
The decision was made after regional staff announced a request for senior funding from the government to support the retirement of Huntsville\'s mantvi sewage treatment plant. The $65-
The million retirement project will include the upgrading and expansion of the Golden Rooster factory.
Huntsville-Huntsville\'s largest sewage treatment plant faces non-
Equipment fault after meet environment standard.
Markus felmann, regional director of water and wastewater operations at mascoka, told regional engineering and public works committee members on February that the filter drainage system at the Jinji sewage treatment plant near Highway 60 needed emergency repair.
\"This is about risk and risk management,\" Firman said . \".
He explained that the plant has three large filters, part of a steel tank system designed to screen deposits from sewage.
The bottom of the tank has the screen where the mixed media is located.
When water passes through them, the media and the screen filter the wastewater, he said.
\"What\'s happening is that the screen where the media is located is blocked, damaged, and damaged.
This is only the function of its life.
\"What we are doing is changing the screen,\" he said . \".
Replacement includes new screens and mixed media, as well as Labor to take out old parts and install new parts for about $100,000.
One of the three screens was replaced in 2013, one failed and the other may need to be repaired, \"Firman said, because they are all installed at the same time.
But he pointed out that it was unwise to delay the repair of the damaged screen.
\"Although we can manage it now with two, another failure will put us in danger.
He said.
\"To mitigate all risks, we should make an emergency repair.
He said the area had planned to replace the sludge transfer pump at the plant in 2016 and suggested folding the filter replacement into the project.
However, this increase will increase the project budget from approximately $80,000 to $180,000.
The staff recommended that the $100,000 be upgraded from the planned upgrade of the Hodges Lane sewage pump station, also located in Huntsville, to the Golden Rooster project to fund the accidental repair.
District president John Klinke raised several questions about filter replacement and pump replacement, and finally asked to know what the pump might look like because it would cost $80,000 to replace.
\"Maybe we can turn it into a tourist attraction?
He said with a smile.
\"It\'s a lot of money.
Firman pointed out that the funds will buy two 50-
Horsepower pump, plus extra material and installation.
\"You will be surprised by the size of the pump,\" he said . \".
\"We\'re not talking about your small sewage pump.
Maintenance can extend the life of the plant by about 20 years, he added.
The project was approved by committee members.
The decision was made after regional staff announced a request for senior funding from the government to support the retirement of Huntsville\'s mantvi sewage treatment plant. The $65-
The million retirement project will include the upgrading and expansion of the Golden Rooster factory.
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