Included in the scope of the wastewater treatment plant expansion/conversion for the City of Versailes, KY, is a wet weather flow storage facility, shown above. Check out the construction progress from back in July.
Construction at the site of the new Versailles Wastewater Treatment Plant in Versailles, KY, kicked off earlier this summer. The City is posting videos of drone flights on a YouTube site set up for the project. Take an a look at the construction progress from back in July.
Several more drone flights are anticipated and will be updated online – about every 6 months – throughout construction.
GRW designed the new conversion and expansion of the plant from a 3.0 MGD extended aeration oxidation ditch plant to a 4.5 MGD sequencing batch reactor (SBR) facility with a peak daily flow of 12.5 MGD. The project consists of preliminary treatment, wet weather flow storage, biological treatment, disinfection and sludge management facilities.