WATER & WASTEWATER
Huntsville Biosolids Dryer
Until recently, options for managing municipal waste have been limited and primarily centered on disposal in the form of incinerating or landfilling. The Huntsville Biosolids Dryer was designed with the objective of transforming biosolids from the wastewater treatment process into Class A biosolids that could be recycled and used as fertilizer for area farmers. This method also reduces the number of solids going to landfills.
Dardanelle Radial Collector Well
The radial collector well at Veteran's Park in Dardanelle is the first of its kind in Arkansas to be utilized as a source of water for a public water system. This project earned MCE the 2011 Engineering Excellence Grand Conceptor Award as well as the Engineering Excellence Award for Water and Wastewater.
Waldron Wastewater Treatment
MCE designed a new continuous backwash sand filters, which remove phosphorous and heavy metals using ferric chloride.
Benton Wastewater Treatment Plant
MCE provided engineering design, surveying and construction observation services for a new 5 MGD expansion of the Benton Wastewater Treatment plant. The expansion increased the capacity from 3 MGD to 8 MGD.
Mountain View Water Treatment Plant
MCE designed a new water treatment plant that includes flocculation, sedimentation, filtration and disinfection systems. The project also included a new raw water intake system located on the White River.
City of Arkadelphia
MCE designed a new one million gallon tank with levels for storage and offices, along with expansion of the water distribution system. MCE continues to maintain and repaint the tank when needed.
Water Treatment & Distribution
Designing a feasible, cost-effective means of delivering quality water to end users is a critical part of developing a public water supply. MCE has designed potable water treatment and storage facilities to serve the water needs of communities large and small. We have designed facilities using a variety of filters and disinfection processes to meet the community’s finished water needs. At the beginning of every project, MCE evaluates current and future needs by completing advanced hydraulic studies to determine anticipated demands. Considerations include population projections, topography of the pipe route, pump station necessity, number of end users (both current and future), as well as the budget/funding available to construct the project.
Wastewater Collection & Treatment
Proper wastewater collection and treatment is vital to maintaining healthy communities. Wastewater collection systems, networks of pipes, pump stations, and other associated equipment, convey sewage from its point of origin to a point of treatment and disposal. Wastewater collection systems transport sanitary and industrial wastewater, and infiltration/inflow. MCE is committed to improving and designing wastewater collection and treatment systems that meet standards established by state and federal regulatory agencies and improve water quality.
Our firm has been involved in every stage of wastewater facility design, operation, and maintenance. We are routinely asked to assess the performance of wastewater treatment plants in regards to their operating permits. We present solutions considering both short and long term needs and expectations, as well as the economical values. We endeavor to provide feasible solutions and are willing to take on all necessary work to help you operate your plant in the most effective and efficient manor.