An AUC bypass plant will maintain continuity of service during Wastewater Plant Repairs!
The 2017 hurricane season has been a record breaking year for the U.S. According to the Washington Post, Hurricane Harvey dumped more than 33 trillion gallons of water in Texas, Louisiana and parts of Tennessee and Kentucky. Hurricane Irma devastated Florida and the Caribbean Islands and Hurricane Maria has left Puerto Rico without power or drinking water.
These catastrophic storms not only had a huge impact on lives, homes and roadways, but also wastewater infrastructures, which are vital to public health. The Houston Press reported that more than 31 million gallons of raw sewage spilled across southeast Texas as Harvey struck the area and 800 wastewater treatment facilities were flooded.
As we all continue to rebuild our communities, we know how important it is to restore operations and meet regulatory requirements at your wastewater treatment facilities. Whether you are in need of repairs or having to install a completely new facility, AUC Group is available to rapidly deploy the tanks/equipment needed to restore operations, handling capacities ranging from 25,000 GPD (gallons per day) to 2,000,000 GPD. Our “bypass” fleet is made up of portable, modular components prepared to quickly serve temporary treatment needs during times of emergency and repairs, avoiding the cost and hassle of hauling wastewater to an alternate facility. In addition, operators are able to maintain continuity of service and preserve permitted effluent parameters.
In the unfortunate event that your wastewater treatment plant cannot be restored, AUC Group is available to design, manufacture, install and even finance both decentralized concentric circle and modular, “on demand” wastewater treatment plants.
Our team is on standby to help rebuild your community. Don’t hesitate to contact us for your custom quote or to hear more about our bypass fleet.