South Water Reclamation Facility: Erie, CO

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South Water Reclamation Facility: Erie, CO

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Anderson, Jason
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Darnell, Luke
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Engels, Louis
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Scarborough, Matt
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Smits, Tyler
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Civil/Environmental Engineering; Dr. David Bagley and Dr. Mike Urynowicsz
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Laramie, Wyoming

University of Wyoming
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2008-04-23

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Colorado communities along the front range are growing at a staggering rate. Towns such as Erie, CO have more than doubled their populations in just the last few years. As populations have increased, so has the demand for clean water. However, the amount of available water has not increased along with the population. Like several communities around the country, Erie has decided to start using wastewater for some irrigation needs (parks and golf courses) in an effort to conserve its overall water supply. This reuse water needs to meet higher standards for discharge than normal wastewater. In order to meet these standards, the town of Erie has decided to retrofit an existing wastewater treatment plant with new equipment. We are in the process of analyzing current and potential regulations, evaluating alternatives, and studying the current plant design, in order to determine the most effective treatment method.
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From - Undergraduate Research Day 2008 - Celebration of Research - Abstracts
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