WWTF

(redirected from Wastewater Treatment Facility)
AcronymDefinition
WWTFWastewater Treatment Facility
WWTFWiener Wissenschafts-, Forschungs- und Technologiefonds (Vienna Science and Technology Fund)
WWTFWind/Wave Tunnel Facility (Hong Kong University)
References in periodicals archive ?
Librandis Plating, an industrial metal finishing facility, has Clean Water Act discharge limitations and monitoring requirements allowing the facility to discharge treated industrial wastewater to a wastewater treatment facility near the Harrisburg Airport, which further treats the wastewater and eventually discharges to a tributary of the Susquehanna River.
Gwin said the city's wastewater treatment facility is at capacity.
It is also the first large-scale Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR)-compliant wastewater treatment facility in thecountry -- a standard mandated by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)'s Water Quality Guidelines and General Effluent Standards.
While officials say corrective action has been taken, the wastewater treatment facility is currently not "working under normal conditions and only partially treated effluent is being discharged," according to a press release.
to operate, maintain and manage the City's wastewater treatment facility.
Capacity of the new wastewater treatment facility will increase from 200,000 to 240,000 cu m per day.
A regional wastewater treatment facility that could help address issues both cities are facing is being considered as part of the long-term regional plan.
Maynard's Wastewater Treatment Facility uses a CoMag system from Cambridge Water Technology, now part of Siemens AG, that was installed as part of an $11.4 million upgrade in March 2011.
Pursuant to the initial contract, USA will oversee and operate the daily operation of the industrial wastewater treatment facility at Sunoco Logistics' refined products terminal at Eagle Point.
The disks came from a wastewater treatment facility located in central New Hampshire that discharges to the Merrimack River, the department said.
The awards range from a $216,609 grant to install rain gardens and construct other facilities to control storm water runoff in a community in Luzerne County, to a $30 million loan that will be used to construct a wastewater treatment facility in Lycoming County that will reduce nutrient contamination of the Susquehanna River and the Chesapeake Bay.
20 September 2010 - Denver-based cheese producer Leprino Foods has received approval to build a renewable wastewater treatment facility at its cheese and whey production site, which is currently under construction in Greeley, Colorado.