Reghin WWTP, Mures County, Romania
Within this contract, our team elaborated process design for Reghin city (Mures county, Romania) wastewater treatment plant covering preliminary treatment, primary treatment, advanced biological treatment and sludge treatment up to 25% solids content.
The plant was designed for a dry weather maximum daily flowrate of 11.059,0 m3/day serving an equivalent population of 83.781 PE.
The plant’s treatment scheme comprised:
- wastewater treatment: preliminary treatment (wet weather wastewater overflow, screening, grit and grease removal, septic sludge acceptance station, de-gritted wastewater pumping), primary treatment (primary clarification), advanced biological treatment (pre-denitrification for biological nitrogen removal, enhanced phosphorus biological removal), chemical phosphorous removal
- sludge treatment: primary sludge gravity thickening, excess sludge mechanical thickening, thickened sludge anaerobic digestion, biogas cogeneration, digested sludge mechanical dewatering, and dewatered sludge storage
The following disciplines were covered within the project: