AECOM and Aquality Water Management

The City of Davis recently completed a $68 million upgrade of their WWTP to a conventional activated sludge plant. Aquality Water Management performed the startup and proving of this new facility. As the startup company we were responsible for getting the plant to perform to its designed standards while working with the design engineers and the […]

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Auburn Constructor’s and Aquality Water Management

Aquality Water Management on behalf of the Auburn Constructor’s performed the startup and proving of the new McKinleyville Community Services District $12.3 million upgrade of their WWTP to a Biolac activated sludge system. As the startup company we were responsible for seeding the plant and getting it to perform to its designed standards while working with the […]

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Time to adapt to changing climate: what does it mean for water?

As COP24 in Poland reaches its mid-point, it is becoming distressingly obvious that reaching the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to well below 2 degrees Centigrade will be extremely challenging.  Recognizing that millions of people across the world are already facing the severe consequences of more extreme weather events, the World Bank Group’s newly announced plan on […]

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City of Yuba City

Aquality Water Management has worked with the City of Yuba City since 2015 when tasked with completing a tech memo regarding staffing of the maintenance department. In 2016, Aquality Water Management returned to the wastewater treatment plant to provide temporary staffing, training, and assistance with special projects around the facility. Some of these projects included […]

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Celebrating a clean beach, clean sheet in Durres

Summer after summer, hundreds of thousands of urban dwellers flock from Tirana, Albania’s capital, and beyond to the nearby city of Durres, on the Adriatic coast, to enjoy its beaches and laid-back atmosphere. Over the years though, many grew increasingly concerned as the smell of raw sewer became more and more prevalent, and the beach […]

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Ballina WWTP, NSW Australia

The Ballina Shire Council in New South Wales Australia recently completed a $45 million upgrade of their WWTP to a Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) facility. Aquality Water Management worked with engineers and contractors to startup and commission the facility, assist in the development of standard operating procedures and emergency response plans, developed a comprehensive Operations Guide, trained operations […]

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Graton Casino & Resort

Graton Casino & Resort is located in Rohnert Park near Northern California’s wine country. The water treatment system serves the Casino and upcoming Hotel resort.  Aquality commissioned the facility in 2013, and continues to provide contract operations for the facility. DATES 2013-Present CAPACITY 180,000 gpd ADF / 475,000 gpd PDF Treatment Technology Pressure Filters Iron, manganese and […]

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