An application of algae that consumes bacteria and other pathogens without the need for sunlight to cut operating costs in sludge digestion.
At its February 10, 2003 Village Board Meeting, the Village of Park Forest, Illinois, awarded a contract to Baxter & Woodman, Inc. Consulting Engineers, to provide design and construction engineering services for its new water treatment plant.
This $15.9 million project, which replaces the existing plant, will utilize the lime-soda ash softening treatment process and be able to treat two million gallons per day. Construction is expected to begin in Spring of 2004.
With offices in Mokena, DeKalb, Grayslake, and Crystal Lake, Illinois, as well as Burlington, Wisconsin, Baxter & Woodman, Inc. specializes in providing water, wastewater, transportation and municipal engineering services to communities and sanitary districts throughout the Midwest.