Xylem Provides High-tech Bypass and Peace of Mind During Kiski Valley Treatment Plant Upgrade

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Xylem Provides High-tech Bypass and Peace of Mind During Kiski Valley Treatment Plant Upgrade

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To stay in compliance with state Environmental Protection Agency requirements, the Kiski Valley Water Pollution Control Authority in Pennsylvania had to double the capacity of one of its plants — from 15 mgd facility to 31 mgd. The large-scale job called for outside expertise and innovative solutions.

As part of the expansion process, KVWPCA needed to decommission their existing influent pumping station and tie into a new influent pump station once construction was completed. To enable all that to happen, KVWPCA — with help from an engineering contractor and Xylem — built a bypass pumping system that could handle the flow as the construction process was taking place.

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