The Hermitage Municipal Authority wanted to optimize biogas production to help reduce their system’s energy consumption and use their renewable energy equipment to recycle the residual waste and ultimately lower energy costs. Biogas is created when biodegradable matter and bacteria ferment and can be converted into electricity. RETTEW’s anaerobic digestion experts were brought in to…
Looking to be at the forefront of advanced water treatment (AWT) and reuse in Pennsylvania, the University Area Joint Authority (UAJA) wanted to upgrade its disinfection process for its water reuse treatment system. In its current state, the disinfection process was nearing the end of its useful life and consistently incurred excessive operating costs. The…
The University Area Joint Authority (UAJA) owns and operates a 10.5-mgd advanced wastewater treatment facility. This facility serves the greater State College area, known as the Centre Region, and outlying areas of The Pennsylvania State University. Complete with advanced biosolids composting and wastewater reclamation to drinking water (indirect potable reuse), UAJA operates one of the…
The University Area Joint Authority had an outdated transformer that required an emergency replacement. In an effort to avoid continuous generator failures, the client needed to safely replace outdated equipment with new equipment to prevent electrical outages and maintain operations. RETTEW took over the project from another consultant who was behind schedule and over budget….
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RETTEW announced today the addition of two independent members to its Board of Directors. Effective December 10, 2019,…Read More