Gypsum injection used to improve recycled water quality

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The Carmel Area Wastewater District (CAWD) California, in conjunction with the Pebble Beach Community Services District and the Pebble Beach Company, upgraded their Tertiary Water Treatment Plant to include a microfiltratiion and reverse osmosis (MF/RO) system.

The 1.5 mega gallons per day plant is a collaborative project that delivers irrigation water to seven major Golf Clubs in Carmel, including Pebble Beach, Spy Glass and Cypress Point, three of the world’s leading golf courses. As part of the MF/RO upgrade, CAWD installed a gypsum injection system to improve effluent water chemistry by increasing EC (Electrical Conductivity) of a low-solute R.O./Tertiary water blend, and adding calcium as a critical micronutrient and soil conditioner.

The addition of solution grade gypsum directly at the treatment plant allows all downstream users to enjoy higher quality water without the expense of treating at each location.

REGYP sells soluble gypsum products and the state-of-the-art Soiltuions mixing technology, that continuously monitors water flow and chemistry and adjusts the treatment rate, or ‘dosage’, automatically to maintain optimal irrigation water quality. Soluble gypsum is all-natural, safe to handle, and adds no color or odor.

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February 15th, 2011|