Project Manager: Lee Sommers
Current Project Status: Construction
Bio-Solids Project: Presently the final sludge from the Water Protection Facility contains a considerable amount of water and is transported to local agricultural fields to be land applied as a fertilizer. More stringent requirements from regulatory agencies may limit the ability of the City to continue to land apply this waste product, thus requiring this product be taken to a land fill. This project would construct a sludge drying facility that would dry the sludge to an 8% moisture content thus reducing the volume of the sludge to approximately 10% of its current volume. It also pelletizes the product for land application, placement in a land fill, or other beneficial reuse. The reduction of waste solids volume by 10 times will significantly reduce disposal costs and will also preserve available landfill capacity.
2014 B MDFB Bonds
SEWER FUND BAL
Project Funding Amount:
Change Order No. 9 was executed adding 92 additional days to Final Completion for the Biosolids Project to which now makes Final Completion on June 23, 2017.
The following activities are still on going as of March 2017:
Andritz will host staff from Garney, City, and HDR to come down to their Texas Lab to work on the sludge issue.
Last Update: Tuesday April 25, 2017