Operation & Maintenance Of Water And Waste Water Treatment Plants
We operate and maintain water and wastewater treatment plants, whether we built or not built them. We provide a complete solution for Operation & Maintenance. as part of the operation and maintenance contracts, Comprehensive & Non-Comprehensive Annual Maintenance Contract, we undertake:
- Management of treatment processes, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with on-call services.
- Analytical monitoring throughout the treatment stages, up to the delivery of the treated water to customers.
- Calculate chemical mixtures and usage levels.
- We take preventive and corrective maintenance (repair) of facilities and electromechanical equipment, instruments and control-command systems, to the renewal of assets.
- Integrated staff management and application of social responsibility rules.
- Drafting of customized customer reports (daily, weekly, monthly, and annually).
- Complete administrative and financial management.
Maintenance, Repair & Construction
Maintenance and repair are necessary for the proper operation and quality effluent of any treatment plant. It is our goal to keep our clientele happy by offering affordable as well as quality engineering design, operations and construction/ repair.
Experience is not only vital to designing a treatment facility and its many components, but it is also important to have someone knowledgeable and experienced install this equipment. Much of our work is repairing recent repairs completed by other contractors.
Over the years, WABCO has developed their own standards to help facility owners get the most of their system, not only in performance, but also longevity. Doing it right the first time does matter.
Compliance Inspection, Evaluation & Analysis
The best way to save money in facility management is to avoid spending money needlessly. One of the easiest and most profitable methods is avoiding paying fines. This service is automatic for clients who utilize our Contract Operations services. If you have your own operators, ESI can complement with inspections to help keep the facilities in compliance DEP regulations and the local health departments.
Inspections and evaluations have several different levels; several are listed, depending on the facility’s needs:
- General Compliance
Preventative Maintenance Programs
Preventative Maintenance has become an industry unto itself in recent years. It has also come to encompass not only preventative maintenance on machinery, but in management, key personnel and paperwork as well and is also known as Best Management Practices or BMPs.
CBOD and Nitrate Removal and Consulting
What works for one treatment facility, may not work at another treatment facility.
WABCO operates facilities with some of the most stringent groundwater regulations in the country and we employ existing methods and designs that can keep these facilities in compliance.
There are also some fairly inexpensive products available on the market that can increase effluent clarity, lower effluent results and maintain systems in compliance.
Call WABCO for a consultation.
Pipe, Tank Relining
Relining piping to prevent Infiltration and Inflow are often cost preventative measures. Inflow & Infiltration studies are available. Relining with DEP-approved materials in ways that are also cost-efficient can help save money in the long run as well as help prevent pipe cave-ins, etc.
- Lift Stations / Wet Wells
- Concrete / Metal / Fiberglass Tanks
- Pond Liners
- Wastewater Treatment Plant Infrastructure
- Water Treatment Plant Infrastructure (Meets ANSI 61-5 Standards)
- Storm Water Infrastructure
Tank relining efforts with drinking water holding tanks can be costly and difficult. Temporary By-pass tanks are available along with the best in liner materials that have longevity to keep costs down.
In the wastewater industry, there are hundreds of different products, equipment packages, and methods of odor control. Keeping odors to a minimum at collection stations, lift stations, and treatment plants can be vital to keeping neighbors happy and meeting DEP requirements. Odor control can also be closely related to maintenance and repair costs.
As operators, WABCO controls odors in wastewater systems (lift stations to effluent stations) often with added benefits of enhanced treatment processes and limited, or even lowered, wasting needs.
Over the past 20 years, WABCO personnel have operated and managed more than 250 municipal and commercial treatment plants. Management included all aspects of operations, maintenance, repairs, new construction, compliance, testing, and more. Many Asset Management software formats are supported. If you do not have software system in place, a system of your choice can be put into place for you. For budget conscience systems, simple software systems are available.