Compliance at a Bargain

Staff innovation helps a Pennsylvania sanitary authority meet strict Chesapeake Bay nutrient requirements at far lower cost than consultants predicted

If the nitrogen reduction standards for the Chesapeake Bay watershed are not met in the next few years, it won’t be the fault of the Wyoming Valley (Pa.) Sanitary Authority.


The agency’s 32 mgd wastewater treatment plant near Wilkes-Barre is using staff-driven solutions to reduce...

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