The North Las Vegas Water
Reclamation Facility treats an average of 17 million gallons
a day (MGD) of wastewater through an advanced nutrient
removal process with subsequent membrane filtration. The
utility’s process control enables treatment effluent
exceeding typical environmental standards and allows
discharge to Lake Meade, where it subsequently is withdrawn
and fully treated by other facilities for drinking water
In this webcast, you will hear
about how the utility chose a sophisticated automatic
monitoring and control solution, the Real-Time Control
System for Phosphorus Removal (RTC-P) from Hach Company, to
help optimize treatment and enable efficient water recovery.
Water Reclamation Facility Administrator Dave Commons will
explain how the solution routinely helps the utility save on
treatment costs, and how it has proven its worth by
detecting and correcting a treatment system upset—and
allowing uninterrupted compliance with the facility’s daily
total phosphorus discharge limit. Since installation, the
system has saved significant treatment costs, including more
than a 50% reduction in ferric chloride usage.
Dabkowski Application Development
Commons Water Reclamation Facility
Administrator City of North Las
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