Treatment - Membranes

Treatment - Membranes

Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility Visitor Center

Butier Engineering, Inc. provided construction management and field engineering services for the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility Visitor Center Renovation Project. Over 100,000 students, professionals, and international delegations have toured the center since it opened in 1995. The renovation project has resulted in a multipurpose visitor center that will better enable West Basin to…

Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility Phase V Design-Build Expansion

Butier Engineering, Inc. was selected to provide program management services for the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility (ECLWRF) Phase V Design-Build project. As a part of the project, West Basin expanded Title 22, Barrier Water and Low-Pressure Boiler Feedwater treatment processes. The Phase V project involved expanding the Title 22 pretreatment capacity by 10…

Chino II Desalter Concentration Reduction Facility (CRF)

Butier Engineering, Inc. provided construction management and inspection services for the Chino II Desalter Concentration Reduction Facility (CRF). The CRF—a groundwater treatment facility—is one of two plants managed by the Chino Basin Desalter Authority (CDA). Both ion exchange (IX) and reverse osmosis (RO) treatment trains are used to treat brackish groundwater from eight wells that…

Expansion of the Leo J. Vander Lans Water Treatment Facility

Butier Engineering, Inc. was selected to provide construction management and inspection services for the Expansion of the Leo J. Vander Lans Water Treatment Facility, which is located two miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. The facility currently produces 3,000 AF of highly purified recycled water per year. The expansion will increase production to 6,000 AF,…

OCWD Groundwater Replenishment System Final Expansion

Butier Engineering, Inc.— in collaboration with Carollo Engineers—is providing construction management and inspection services for the Groundwater Replenishment System Final Expansion (GWRSFE). When completed, the GWRSFE will provide an additional 31,000 AFY of advanced treated wastewater (recycled water) to the groundwater basin in north and central Orange County. The treatment capacity will increase from 100…