Robust wastewater collection and treatment infrastructure protects community health and the environment. Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs) across the U.S. process approximately 34 billion gallons of wastewater each day. As populations in urban and semi-urban areas surge, increased effluent volumes often stretch aging wastewater treatment plants beyond capacity, leaving municipalities in urgent need of wastewater engineering solutions.
If your municipality is considering retrofitting its wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) to improve efficiency or ensure the POTW complies with the Environmental Protection Agency’s standards for effluent limits, Fehr Graham can help.
Fehr Graham’s wastewater engineering services
Fehr Graham’s diverse team of licensed process engineers and wastewater operators work with communities to address the challenges of effectively running, maintaining and upgrading wastewater treatment plants. In wastewater engineering, no two projects are alike, and one solution does not fit all. We understand the need for customized solutions to address uniquely challenging wastewater management projects. Fehr Graham’s extensive experience providing end-to-end wastewater engineering services has guided municipalities to successful outcomes.
Our wastewater engineering services include:Collection System Modeling
Collection System Design/Rehabilitation
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) System
Communities who have benefited from our wastewater engineering services
We are committed to preserving natural resources and benefiting communities by transforming local POTWs into energy-efficient systems. We have helped cities and municipalities adopt insightful, results-driven and affordable wastewater management solutions since the 1970s.
Fehr Graham’s wastewater engineering services ensure that your community’s wastewater treatment plant upgrade is environmentally compliant while also adhering to the project’s scope, schedule and budget. Our proactive approach to wastewater engineering not only addresses current challenges but helps municipalities design contingency plans for the future.