Monroe Wastewater Treatment Plant in The Clarifier
December's Wisconsin Wastewater Operators' Association newsletter, The Clarifier, focused on the Monroe Wastewater Treatment Plant. With Fehr Graham's help, Monroe operators handle strict wastewater treatment standards with unique industries to stay compliant. Read more below. The Clarifier by Fehr Graham
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Addison Wastewater Treatment Plant featured in Clarifier
Fehr Graham Senior Project Manager and Illinois Water Environment Association Past President Mark Halm and Illinois Association of Water Pollution Control Operators Past President Doug Armstrong detail the Village of Addison's wastewater treatment plant in the fall newsletter of the Clarifier. Read the article below. 2021 Fall Clarifier by Fehr Gra...
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Buckley receives Illinois Environmental Protection Agency grant
  The Village of Buckley, Illinois, is a longtime Fehr Graham client and one of many communities that received funding from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to help improve wastewater collection and treatment systems. “The Unsewered Communities Construction Grants program will provide disadvantaged communities across Illinois with ...
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$10.8 million in improvements planned for Catlin, Illinois, Wastewater Treatment Plant
The Wastewater Treatment Plant in Catlin, Illinois, needed upgrades to improve capability, reliability and flexibility. The plant was built in 1977 and partially improved in 2001, but it required more updates to ensure it complied with Illinois Environmental Protection Agency standards. So, in 2016, the Village hired Fehr Graham...
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Progress continues at South Beloit Wastewater Treatment Plant
 Seth Gronewold, PE, discusses project costs, unexpected setbacks and when the plant will be ready for full use in the South Beloit, Illinois, community.Clint Wolf with the Beloit (Wisconsin) Daily News covered the meeting.
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Iowa Gov. Kim Renolds awards grant to West Union
Six critical infrastructure improvement projects in Iowa got a financial boost last week when the governor announced $775,000 in grants as part of the Wastewater and Drinking Water Financial Assistance Program. West Union was awarded a $150,000 grant to help offset the $6.7 million in improvements to the City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant. Adam Mori...
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ACEC-Iowa recognizes Coggon, Fehr Graham for Wastewater Treatment Plant
The City of Coggon and Fehr Graham received an Engineering Excellence Award from the Iowa American Council of Engineers Companies for work on the Coggon Wastewater Treatment Plant. On Tuesday, Coggon Mayor Ray Archibald and Nate Kass, one of Fehr Graham’s seven owners, accepted the award at ACEC’s 63rd Annual Iowa Engineering Conference and Awards ...
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Construction to start on Wastewater Treatment Plant in Catlin, Illinois
There was more to celebrate in Catlin today than the announcement of a $10.3 million project to improve the Village’s aging Wastewater Treatment Plant. And that was how the project will be funded. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development office approved an $8 million loan and a $2.3 million grant to reduce the ...
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Coggon Gets Updated Wastewater System
The City of Coggon, Iowa, was under an administrative consent order from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources to make its trickling filter wastewater treatment plant compliant with the City’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit. The City’s treatment system exceeded biochemical oxygen demand, E. coli, and ammonia limits. ...
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Hispanic Cheese Makers set the bar for sustainability in Kent, Illinois
Hispanic Cheese Makers’ wastewater lagoons are a big project, but a small part of the company’s overall sustainability goal. Read more about how Fehr Graham client Hispanic Cheese Makers looked at its discharge and how it could be a source of sustainability for the surrounding community. For Kent, Illinois, Hispanic Cheese Makers- Nuestro...
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Updating a wastewater system in New Albin, Iowa
Fehr Graham will improve the lives of the citizens of New Albin, Iowa, by improving their wastewater system. With a population of about 500, New Albin officials were not interested in funding the large capital and increased operational costs associated with the recommended facility. Fehr Graham researched alternatives and found Algae...
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Waukon improves wastewater treatment plant
Fehr Graham was recently awarded $1 million in engineering fees to upgrade the city of Waukon's wastewater treatment plant. The system struggles to meet permit limits because of its age and because of high industrial loading. The Environmental Protection Agency issued a compliance order that requires the upgrades, and the Iowa Department of Natural...
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Del Monte makes wastewater recycling a priority
  Del Monte Cannery #108 in Cambria, Wisconsin, is redesigning and expanding its wastewater system. The plant, which processes canned vegetables, will use a new 205-acre spray pivot system to manage can cooling and process wastewater. The water will travel two miles from the plant through 18-inch underground pipeline. Fehr Graham will design a...
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