Ready for Anything

From permit compliance to hurricane preparations, three staff members at a Connecticut treatment plant do exemplary work that earns EPA recognition
Ready for Anything
Julio Segarra, project manager, Newtown Wastewater Treatment Plant.

When the Newtown (Conn.) Wastewater Treatment Plant had trouble meeting its nitrogen limit, the plant manager, operator and mechanic worked as a team to improve nitrogen removal and dissolved oxygen (DO) control, while reducing energy costs.

“Our nitrogen limit in 2006 was 24...

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