Bonnybrook Waste Water Treatment Plant - Calgary, Alberta
Posted by: wildwoodke
N 51° 00.782 W 114° 01.514
11U E 708660 N 5655486
Quick Description: The Bonnybrook Waste Water Treatement Plant is the largest water treatment plant, with a capacity of 500 Ml/day, in Calgary, Alberta
Location: Alberta, Canada
Date Posted: 10/20/2008 8:59:54 PM
Waymark Code: WM509W
The treatment of wastewater is a complex process consisting of primary, secondary, and tertiary stages. Calgary has two wastewater treatment facilities: Bonnybrook Wasterwater Treatment Plant and Fish Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. Together, these treatment plants are capable of treating more than 572 000 cubic metres of wastewater and sewage each day.
The City of Calgary collects all the wastewater that comes out homes, schools, businesses, car washes in a sanitary sewer system. The wastewater flows through the pipe system by gravity or is pumped to the wastewater treatment plants.
What is the capacity of the facility?: 500 Ml/day
Describe the biological treatment technology used.:
The Headworks screen out larger solids
Followed by primary clarification where the water is split into two streams - liquid treatment and sludge handling
Liquid treatment includes Bioreactors, Secondary Clarifiers, Disinfection (UV) and Final Effluent.
Sludge handling is by digesters, and a sewage lagoon
How are biosolids (sludge) managed?: There is a separate sewage lagoon
What technology is used for disinfection prior to dicharge of treated water?: UV
Who is the owner/operator fo the facility?: City of Calgary
How is the facility governed?: City Council
What is the website of the WWTP?: [Web Link]
Please post at least 2 original photographs of the site. We would much rather see photos of the plant itself as opposed to the front office, but we also understand that security and site layout may limit your opportunities.
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