Project Services

CDBG Funding
Design
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Project Timeline

One Year

Year of Completion

2016

Description

City of Benjamin Reverse Osmosis Unit Addition: This project was funded by a Texas Department of Agriculture Community Development Block Program Grant and included the addition of a reverse osmosis unit to their existing water treatment system. The project including re-configuring existing piping within the treatment building to allow for two RO units side-by-side, building a chemical enclosure room to house treatment chemicals in 55-gallon drums where chemical feed pumps transport chemical through various injection points within the system, and installation of duplex booster pumps. Adding the new RO unit allowed the City to have redundancy in their existing aging water system as well as increased capacity of their treated water.

Challenges

This project was funded by a Texas Department of Agriculture Community Development Block Program Grant and included the addition of a reverse osmosis unit to their existing water treatment system. The project including re-configuring existing piping within the treatment building to allow for two RO units side-by-side, building a chemical enclosure room to house treatment chemicals in 55-gallon drums where chemical feed pumps transport chemical through various injection points within the system, and installation of duplex booster pumps.

Solution

This project was funded by a Texas Department of Agriculture Community Development Block Program Grant and included the addition of a reverse osmosis unit to their existing water treatment system. The project including re-configuring existing piping within the treatment building to allow for two RO units side-by-side, building a chemical enclosure room to house treatment chemicals in 55-gallon drums where chemical feed pumps transport chemical through various injection points within the system, and installation of duplex booster pumps.