Product: EnVessel Pasteurization
Engineer: Jordon, Jones & Goulding
Permitted Plant Flow: 12 MGD
Installation Date: Spring 2002

The Greenwood Metropolitan District operates two Wastewater Treatment Facilities (WWTF). The West Alexander WWTF has a permitted capacity of 2.2 MGD. The Wilson Creek WWTF has a permitted capacity of 12 MGD. On an average day both facilities together treat approximately 8.3 MGD of wastewater from domestic, commercial, and industrial sources. This treated wastewater is then returned to the environment. The District’s Class A product is produced using RDP’s EnVessel Pasteurization System which is a “Green Process” that returns biosolids with valuable nutrients to the earth. The RDP System is located at the Wilson Creek Plant. Dewatered solids are transported by truck from the West Alexander plant to Wilson Creek where both plant’s solids are processed thru the RDP System.
Danny Hall, Biosolids Supervisor, has a simple philosophy regarding his system. “If you take care of the equipment, the equipment will take care of you.”

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The District’s Class A product is produced using RDP’s EnVessel Pasteurization System which is a “Green Process” that returns biosolids with valuable nutrients to the earth.