We’ve provided design for primary, secondary and tertiary treatment; wet-weather flow treatment; effluent reuse; ozonation; ultraviolet disinfection; aerobic and anaerobic digestion; nutrient removal and recovery; and odor/air emissions control. Our team also brings extensive experience in many advanced process options, including biological aerated filters, membrane bioreactor, moving bed biofilm reactor and integrated fixed-film activated sludge. Our technical specialists deliver planning and development support, as well as stand-alone projects, and we undertake design-build delivery including the program management, construction, procurement, installation and commissioning of new or upgraded treatment facilities. We also supply standard components for the water and wastewater industry serving customers worldwide. An inevitable part of the wastewater process is dealing with biosolids management, which can be a complex, costly problem for utilities. Black & Veatch has been on the forefront of biosolids management, from public review of regulations through the design and construction of a wide range of treatment facilities. Because our experience includes all types of thickening, dewatering, stabilization, storage and air permitting technologies, as well as final use and disposal strategies, including cogeneration and combined heat and power, we can tailor an advanced biosolids solution to meet your needs Featured Projects Phosphorus Recovery System at Stickney Water Reclamation Plant BioKyowa Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades Mogden Sewage Treatment Works Upgrade PRASA Program Management Eastern Treatment Plant Tertiary Upgrade Orange County Sanitation District Secondary Activated Sludge Facility 2 at Plant No. 1 Campbeltown Wastewater Treatment Works Shared Media WaterWorld The Drop: The Maturation of Nutrient Recovery Technology As nutrient recovery evolves, so do technology offerings and recovery options. In this videotaped interview for WaterWorld’s The Drop, Dr. Andrew Shaw, a global practice and technology leader for Black & Veatch, discusses the maturation of nutrient recovery and its trends. Read Now 0 Related Insights Engineer 2.0: An idea whose time has come The Artificial Intelligence (AI) genie is not going back into the bottle; leaving the world to contemplate how best to manage this most potent, yet controversial, tool. The water sector’s response has many parallels with reactions to AI more broadly: we are certain AI has benefits, are less sure about how to realise them, and wary of unintended consequences. When Water is the Product, How Do We Afford Sustainability? Regardless of industry or product, the effective use of water carries huge weight for plant operators and other decision-makers who must pit emerging social calls for sustainability against the money on hand to make it happen. Hydropower Strategic Alliances: How Producers Can Benefit Strategic alliances with hydropower producers are a natural fit for asset management programs. They can be set up broadly to help producers maintain organizational stability, reliability, and financial performance. Asia Pacific's 'Digital Utilities' of the Future In addition to environmental and social challenges, water utilities in Asia Pacific are faced with the complexities of non-revenue water, underdeveloped or aging water infrastructure and growing expenditure. Digital transformation may offer the water industry the opportunity to provide reliable and sustainable water supply by optimizing distribution systems, treatment efficiency and asset management. Energy Planning Offers Efficiency, Cost Savings, Resilience Down the Road As energy costs continue to rise and more states adopt regulatory incentives and disincentives that drive large-scale sustainability and efficiency efforts, it is expected that utilities will become more aggressive in their approach to managing energy. Collaborate with our Wastewater/Biosolids team. Complete a short form to request more information and a specialist will contact you.