Overview

To help IPLs Petersburg facility achieve compliance with the EPA’s Effluent Limitation Guidelines (ELG), Bowen is engaged in a project to update the site’s wastewater and bottom ash handling infrastructure.

Bowen and Burns & McDonnell are teamed as an integrated joint venture for the project. The team will use both Physical-Chemical and ZLD processes to achieve compliance with water discharge requirements.

The process includes a 2 X 150 (300 gpm) GE Evaporator system.

Though less intensive because of an upcoming gas conversion (being completed by Bowen), the Bowen / Burns & McDonnell team will also be addressing ELG compliance at IPL’s Indianapolis Harding Street Station.

Project Scope

  • Site work
  • Civil/concrete work
  • Underground utilities
  • Structural steel
  • Equipment Setting
  • Architectural work
  • Pre-Engineered Buildings

Project Specs

  • 942,000 craft hours
  • 13,000 LF of U/G piping
  • 65,000 LF of piping
  • 25,000 CY of concrete
  • 350 tons of structural steel
  • 4 buildings
  • 7 clarifiers
  • 15 field erected tanks
  • 3 large filter presses
  • Multiple chemical feed sytems
  • PCM Building
  • GE Thermal Evaporator
  • 75 tie-points to system
  • Project Location : Petersburg, IN
  • Project Type : Compliance with ELG
  • Client : IPL Petersburg
  • Total Contracts : $200,000,000
  • Project's Link : Project 1-Pager

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