Integrated Water wins US$ 1.5 million demonstration project deal

Water reuse specialist, Integrated Water Services, has won a contract to build a US$ 1.5 million, 380 m³/d indirect potable reuse demonstration project at the Ray Stoyer Water Reclamation Facility in San Diego County, USA.

The demo project is part of preparations for a planned expansion of the facility output from 7,579 m³/d to 16,654 m³/d.

San Diego County-based Padre Dam Municipal Water District is currently considering the expansion, which will employ micro filtration and ultrafiltration technologies to serve the Santee Basin Aquifer Recharge Project with highly treated recycled water. A design request for proposals for the expansion could be advertised in 2016 and the expansion could be completed by 2020.

Meanwhile, consultant, Kennedy/Jenks is preparing a report on a proposal to up output at the water reclamation facility to 37,850 m³/d.

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