Pages Tagged With: "treatment"
Tidewater Environmental Services, Inc. has applied for renewal of a Spray Irrigation Permit to operate The Plantations Wastewater Treatment Facility in Sussex County.
Artesian Wastewater Management, Inc. has applied to amend their On-Site Wastewater Treatment and Disposal System Operations Permit for the Stonewater Creek Wastewater Treatment & Disposal Facility to receive and treat domestic wastewater from Sussex County and Artesian’s regional wastewater system.
Country Rest Home, Inc., of Greenwood, has applied for a permit to install three packaged grinder pump stations and 2,385 linear feet of forcemain to serve the Country Life Community, located west of Greenwood.
The Groundwater Discharges Section will conduct a public hearing on May 21 on the application and draft construction permit and associated modification and renewal draft permit for Mountaire Farms of Delaware, Inc.’s On-Site Wastewater Treatment and Disposal System.
The DNREC Surface Water Discharges Section will conduct a virtual public information meeting on an application from Synagro Technologies, Inc. for a distribution and marketing permit for heat dried Class A/Exceptional Quality biosolids product.
The Ground Water Discharges Section is soliciting Class B and Class C Designers (Professional Engineer) interested in applying for consideration to become a member of the On-Site Systems Advisory Board.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery is proposing to improve their wastewater treatment facility located at 6 Canary Village Center in Milton.
Sussex County Council has applied for renewal and amendment of its permit to apply thermally treated and lime stabilized biosolids, generated at the South Coastal Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility, onto farmland as a fertilizer and liming agent.
Sussex County Council has applied for a permit to install 39,354 linear feet of 24-inch PVC forcemain and related appurtenances to convey treated effluent to County Owned fixed head sprinkler systems for disposal as well as provide connections to agricultural operations for use as reclaimed water.
A listing of two Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste Transporters Permit renewal applications and an application for an On-Site Wastewater Treatment and Disposal System from the Groundwater Discharges Section.
A listing of applications from Bridlewood, LLC for Formal Waivers to construct on-site wastewater treatment and disposal systems.
William & Kelly Lloyd have applied for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system permit to serve a commercial building at 7586 South Dupont, in Felton.
A listing of recent permit applications to the DNREC Groundwater Discharges Section.
Delaware Recyclable Products, Inc., requests a construction permit to construct a Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) pretreatment system with associated media storage tanks, blowers, and gas analyzer at their 246 Marsh Lane, City and County of New Castle landfill.
The DNREC Surface Water Discharges Section will conduct a public meeting on Veolia North America’s permit application for a distribution and marketing permit for Class A/Exceptional Quality biosolids generated at the City of Wilmington Wastewater Treatment Plant.
MUCE LLP has applied for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system permit for a system designed to accommodate 1,740 gallons per day generated by a daycare facility. The site is located at 4001 Limestone Rd., in Wilmington.
Tidewater Environmental Services, Inc. is proposing to replace the existing Milton Delaware wastewater treatment facility with a new one located on the east side of Sam Lucas Road about ½ mile south of the Cave Neck Road intersection in Milton.
William L. Nelson has applied to construct a full depth gravity on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system to serve a 120-seat assembly hall at 5965 Summit Bridge Road in Townsend.
Clean Delaware has requested several amendments to their existing agricultural utilization permit that allows land treatment of stabilized biosolids other approved land treatable wastes onto three non-contiguous farms near Milton, Harbeson, and Ellendale.
The Delaware City Refining Company has submitted an application to install additional controls for cuff oil processing at their Wastewater Treatment Plant including additional carbon canisters as well as a Hydrogen Sulfide Scrubber and Catalytic Oxidizer, at their facility at 4550 Wrangle Hill Road, Delaware City.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Division of Water, will hold a public hearing on August 21, 2019, on permit applications which have been received from Allen Harim Foods, LLC, and Artesian Wastewater Management, Inc.
A listing of applications for permits to construct on-site wastewater treatment and disposal systems.
Beebe Medical Center, Inc. proposes to construct a submersible sanitary sewer pump station and approximately 1,640 linear feet of force main to serve a four-story, 136,000 square foot surgical hospital to be located on the northeast side of Warrington Road just south of the intersection with the John J. Williams Highway (Rt. 24) near Rehoboth Beach.
Sussex County proposes to construct three sanitary sewer pump stations and flow control structures at the Bridgeville Wastewater Treatment Facility, the Heritage Shores Community in Bridgeville, and at the Dolby Farm along Rt. 13 in Seaford. The purpose of the proposed pump stations is to transmit sanitary sewer flow from Greenwood and Bridgeville to the City of Seaford’s sewer system and treatment facility.
The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District has applied for a permit to distribute and market their biosolids product in Delaware.
Double DB LP of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania has applied for a permit to construct approximately 365 linear feet of forcemain and 10 grinder pumps to serve the Stingray Harbor subdivision, Ocean View, Sussex County Delaware.
New Castle County is proposing to construct 6,800 linear feet of 6 inch diameter sanitary sewer force main along Wrangle Hill Road to Route 13 and then along Route 13 to Cox Neck Road to service the southern portion of the Delaware City industrial area.
CMF Bayside, LLC is proposing a sewer pump station, 1,230 linear feet of force main, an emergency generator, an emergency bypass connection and related appurtenances to serve 96 single family homes and a pool in Village A of the Americana Bayside subdivision, west of Fenwick Island in Sussex County.
The DNREC Division of Water will conduct a public hearing on an application by Artesian Wastewater Management, Inc., for a Wastewater Facilities Construction Permit to construct 5,589 linear feet of forcemain from the Sussex Regional Recharge Facility to two spray fields.
Mobile Gardens Mobile Home Park has filed an application for reissuance of its NPDES Permit No. DE0050725 (State Number WPCC 3014G/77) to discharge treated wastewater from its sanitary wastewater treatment facilities to an unnamed tributary of the Nanticoke River from its facilities located on County Road 481 (Brickyard Road) in Seaford.
Allen Harim Foods, LLC of Millsboro, has applied for a permit to install one packaged pump station with dual pumps, one grinder pump, several lengths and sizes of forcemain, and related appurtenances to serve the existing Allen Harim Foods LLC hatchery, 5 private residences and the High Tide Church.
Donald M. Mellinger has applied for an innovative & alternative on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system permit designed to accommodate 1,260 gallons per day generated by office buildings and single family residences located at 1072 Yorklyn Road in Hockessin.
The Board of Certification For Operators of Wastewater Treatment Facilities was created to advise and assist the Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control in the administration of the Delaware Licensed Wastewater Operator certification program.
All wastewater treatment facilities in Delaware must be operated under the direct supervision of a Delaware Licensed Wastewater Operator. The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control administers the certification program with advice and assistance from the Board of Certification For Operators of Wastewater Facilities.
The Surface Water Discharges Section issues permits for industrial and municipal wastewater treatment systems, including stormwater treatment, which discharge into Delaware’s surface waters. It also regulates the management of wastewater sludge. The Section licenses wastewater treatment operators and provides technical assistance and training to help wastewater treatment facilities avoid problems.