ENVIROQUIP® MBR System treats wastewater for planned community in Georgia

“Great communities don’t just happen. They evolve from careful planning, smart design, and listening to what people want.” – PEC Development Group, James Creek website.

Great communities need great wastewater treatment too. In January 2004, ENVIROQUIP, a division of Eimco Water Technologies, was selected to provide all equipment, instrumentation, and technical support services for a new membrane bioreactor (MBR) wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in southern Forsyth County, Georgia. James Creek is a master planned community emphasizing outdoor recreation, including nature trails, certified wildlife habitats, and a state of the art tennis center. Built to support the growing community, the ENVIROQUIP® MBR process was selected for its superior effluent quality, small footprint, low maintenance, simple operation, and flexibility for plant expansion.

Phase I operations began in February 2006. The plant is currently treating 170,000 gallons per day (gpd). James Creek joins The Hamptons as Forsyth County’s second community to enjoy an ENVIROQUIP® MBR plant. The Hamptons WWTP, built in 2003, also produces high quality effluent from its local wastewater flow.

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