Lower Sioux Indian Reservation, Morton, Minnesota
Operations, Maintenance & Management of Treatment plants, Collection and Distribution system
Description of Facilities:
.375 MGD activated sludge facility, 5 lift stations; 2 wells; MGD with chemical addition, 2 water tower.
- Facility upgrades
- Construction of well
- Worked with Engineer after plans had been approved
- Water system complaints
- Helped settle differences between City and Construction company
- Hydrant flushing program
- Kept plant in compliance during construction
We started this project in 1993 taking care of one .252 MGD well with chemical addition; distribution system, one 75,000 gallon elevated storage tank, collection system, lift stations, and a 5 cell facultative lagoon wastewater system. The water treatment was upgraded in 1998, a new water tower was built sometime in there. A new lift station was built sometime. In 2011 a new 0.375 MGD Class “A” Wastewater treatment facility was constructed. The new facility consists of a rotary screen, grit channel, 3 train series/parallel activated sludge treatment, 2 final clarifiers, pressure sand filter, chlorination, dechlorination, aerated sludge storage.