The Ohio EPA mandated a titanium dioxide manufacturer to redirect pre-treated storm and wastewater discharged from two facilities, totaling up to 6,500 gpm, from a local stream to a flow augmentation canal on Lake Erie through a new three mile pipeline system.
The new system consisted of two main pumping stations, four lift and/or transfer stations, two pig launch and retrieval stations, pipe bridges, above ground piping, and 15,000 feet of dual 18″ HDPE buried pipeline and appurtenances.
R.E. Warner was selected to provide complete multi-disciplined engineering services for this project from preliminary design/study through system start-up. Our scope of services included:
- Plant(s) Storm & Wastewater Study
- Pumping Systems & Hydraulics Analysis
- System PFD & P& ID
- Surveying & Easement Documentation
- One Million Gallon Holding Tank
- Six New Pumping Stations
- Pig Retrieval/Control Facility
- All Mechanical Valves & Piping Design
- All Civil/Structural Appurtenances, ie. Pipe Bridges, Pump Wells, & Foundations, etc.
- All Electrical Power & Instrumentation Systems
- Procurement Services (Bid Packages & Evaluation) for All New Equipment & Construction
- Construction Management
- System Start-up & Troubleshooting