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Packed Tower Aeration Treatment Systems

Albertson Water District, Albertson, NY, Packed Tower Aeration System at Well 1

Albertson Water District, Albertson, NY, Packed Tower Aeration System at Well 1

D&B provides complete services for the installation of Packed Tower Aeration Treatment Systems for the removal of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from water supply wells.

As decades old VOC contamination reaches drinking water supply wells, sophisticated treatment is required for removal. For relatively high concentrations, Packed Tower Aeration Systems or Air Strippers are effective solutions. D&B custom designs each system to properly fit with existing pumping and treatment equipment and to blend with the surrounding community. D&B’s thorough familiarity with operational challenges enables us to provide insightful designs to ensure continuous, uninterrupted operation after start-up.

Award Winning Design

D&B has designed numerous fully enclosed packed tower aeration facilities within buildings whose architectural features improve aesthetic appeal. The Port Washington Water District facility designed by D&B received the Project of the Year award from the New York State chapter of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) in 2014.

Services:

  • Preparation of Engineering Design Reports for submittal to presiding regulatory
  • Preparation of detailed plans and specifications for bidding purposes
  • Construction management and inspection
  • Design and construction services for the electrical system, controls, chemical treatment and other associated
Packed Tower Aeration Treatment Systems Contact:

William D. Merklin, P.E.
(516) 364-9890, ext. 3007
BMerklin@db-eng.com

Philip R. Sachs, P.E.
(516) 364-9890, ext. 3401
PSachs@db-eng.com

Packed Tower Aeration Treatment Systems Project Profiles:

Town of Hempstead Department of Water, Levittown Treatment Facility 2A

Port Washington Water District, Packed Tower Aeration for Well 6

Water Authority of Great Neck North, Community Drive Facility