Beaufort-Jasper Water and Sewer Authority solves off-gassing problem with Grundfos smart digital

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The Beaufort – Jasper Water and Sewer Authority (BJWSA), is a nonprofit authority established by the State of South Carolina to provide drinking water and treat wastewater in Beaufort and Jasper counties of South Carolina. Beaufort and Jasper counties are located in the southeastern corner of South Carolina and include the communities of Hilton Head, Beaufort and Bluffton. Currently BJWSA has two modern water plants and multiple well sites capable of producing up to 39 MGD of drinking water and six wastewater facilities capable of treating up to 16 MGD. BJWSA is a leader in water reuse and is capable of reclaiming up to 5 MGD of water for irrigation, including South Carolina’s first residential irrigation service.

The situation
BJWSA operates a lagoon style wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) at Point South, SC. The .35 MGD plant was upgraded in 2009 to collect and treat wastewater from the small community of Point South, situated immediately off Interstate 95, as well as a new planned community designed for 2500 homes. Due to the recession of 2009 the planned community was put on hold and to date, no homes have been built. As a result, monthly flow to the new plant averages only 50,000 gallons per day, with night time flows falling to as little as 12 gpm.

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