The Wastewater Treatment Plant Rehab Job
Is Under way
Work at the Colwell Street Lift Station has begun
Jim Mosher, (THE BOSS) is right in the middle
of it all
Temporary pumps are in place while the old lift station
pumps are shut down and taken offline
The temporary connection is made while the old lift station
is removed and the new lift station is installed
Out with the old, as Ed Howlett, Chief wastewater treatment plant operator looks on
In with the new, as the work continues
Almost done, last step will be to upgrade the electric
HAS ANYONE SEEN NYSEG
The new CAT diesel (125 kw) backup generator has been
installed at the wastewater treatment plant
(It's about time we had one)
Some electrical upgrades are being made at the plant
More electrical upgrades at the plant
The outside work has begun at the plant. Parts and
equipment are being brought in
A temporary tank is placed on site to pump sludge into
that will later be hauled away
The trickling filter makes several hundred revolutions each
day and is a very important step of the sewage treatment process. It was rehabbed several years ago
The Village of Addison was awarded a $400,000 grant
from the Office for Small Cities
The remainder of the money, 2.5 million dollars, will come in
the form of a low interest loan from USDA
Wastewater Treatment plant operator Ed Howlett and DPW superintendent Jim Mosher check out the operation of the secondary clarifier at the plant.
Greg Cummings, Larson Design Group Engineer, explains some of the new system improvements at the plant.
Wastewater Treatment Plant operator, Ed Howlett, is explaining some of the new computerized electronic equipment that has been installed at the plant.
Three new influent pumps and motors in the basement at the Wastewater Treatment Plant have been installed.