GES Provided Engineering Services at the Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant

Published: 2015-10-15 Tags: Sustainability Wastewater
The D.C. Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant recently became the first utility in North America to use a Norwegian thermal hydrolysis system to convert the sludge left over from treated sewage into electricity. The technology being used is the largest of its kind in the world and expected to provide one-third of the 157-acre plant's power, saving about $10 million annually. Global Engineering Solutions (GES) played an important role in the design of the treatment plant. GES provided mechanical, plumbing and fire protection services for the HVAC modifications to the Solids... Continue Reading