Mendham Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade

Coppola recently completed a new Wastewater Treatment Plant with a Membrane Batch Reactor (MBR) treatment process consisting of an influent screen, chemical feed system, influent raw sewage pumps, aerated equalization basin, MBR reactor basins, a clear well tank, and an aerated sludge holding tank.

  • Customer: Town of Mendham
  • Market: Government
  • The project consisted of the construction of a new 20,000 gallons per day average flow MBR wastewater treatment plant. The new plant was constructed in the place of an existing sand filter treatment plant. The daily flows of up to 45,000 gallons per day during construction were bypassed, monitored remotely and trucked offsite for disposal.

    This project was completed as a turn key wastewater treatment system for the Town of Mendham. The effluent disposal field was experiencing capacity issues prior to the start of the project and the scope to replace the effluent disposal field was added to the project during construction. The new WWTP is a Membrane Batch Reactor (MBR) treatment process consisting of an influent screen, chemical feed system, influent raw sewage pumps, aerated equalization basin, MBR reactor basins, a clear well tank, and an aerated sludge holding tank. The project repurposed the existing tankage and masonry building. Coppola Services made the necessary modifications for all new mechanical equipment, piping and treatment equipment to be retrofitted into the existing site footprint. All sludge impacted soil was removed from the site and disposed of at a licensed disposal facility.

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