STROMSBURG, NE ARSENIC & MANGANESE REDUCTION
Project work was closely coordinated with Miller & Associates. AdEdge designed, manufactured, and installed the treatment system.The AdEdge ADGS+ system consists of two skid-mounted triplexes packaged treatment units with 72-inch diameter vessels. Raw water is oxidized with an iron-rich coagulant is added to the water prior to treatment to promote maximum removal of the arsenic and manganese. A polymer dosing pump is also included in the treatment system for effective process operation. The flocculated material after the polymer addition is captured in the ADGS+ media. The filters are back washed and waste water enters a holding tank where the solids settle before being the water is recycled back to the head of the treatment system. A small portion of the waste water is drained to a sanitary sewer to remove accumulated solids.Installation was completed and the system began operation in July 2013. Since startup, both the arsenic and manganese concentrations have reached non-detectable levels.
Client: Stromsburg, NE
Date: July 2013
Flow Rate: 1.1 MGD