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File #: 2018-1039    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 12/4/2018 In control: Board of Directors Workshop Meeting
On agenda: 12/12/2018 Final action: 12/12/2018
Title: RFB-1802410 (GLWA-CON-222A) Rehabilitation of Various Sampling Sites and Pump Station (PS) No. 2 Ferric Chloride System at Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF)
Sponsors: Navid Mehram
Indexes: Wastewater Operations
Attachments: 1. GLWA-CON-222A Procurement Board Summary-RFB 11337-v.1 4.pdf, 2. GLWA-CON-222A Bid Tab
Title
RFB-1802410 (GLWA-CON-222A)
Rehabilitation of Various Sampling Sites and Pump Station (PS) No. 2 Ferric Chloride System at Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF)

Body
Agenda of: December 12, 2018
Item No.: 2018-1039
Amount: $4,756,000.00

TO: The Honorable
Board of Directors
Great Lakes Water Authority

FROM: Sue F. McCormick
Chief Executive Officer
Great Lakes Water Authority

DATE: December 4, 2018

RE: RFB-1802410 (GLWA-CON-222A)
Rehabilitation of Various Sampling Sites and Pump Station (PS) No. 2 Ferric Chloride System at Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF)


MOTION
Upon recommendation of Navid Mehram, Chief Operating Officer - Wastewater Operating Services, the Board of Directors (Board) of the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA), authorizes the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to enter into Contract No. RFB-1802410 (GLWA-CON-222A) "Rehabilitation of Various Sampling Sites and Pump Station (PS) No. 2 Ferric Chloride System at Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF)" with Commercial Contracting Corporation at a cost not to exceed $4,756,000.00 for a duration of 24 months; and authorizes the CEO to take such other action as may be necessary to accomplish the intent of this vote.



BACKGROUND

Wastewater samples are collected from the Water Recovery Resource Facility (WRRF) influent, effluent, and from various other process streams within the plant. These samples are analyzed to determine the strength and composition of sewage in order to effectively treat the wastewater. Each sample collected must be collected, handled, and transported to the laboratories by EPA-approved methods, in a manner that ensures the material represents the conditions that existed at the time of sampling.

Ferric Chloride is added to the influent wastewater at Pump Station No. 2 for the removal of phosphorus in order to meet a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirement and to minimize phosphorus discharged into the receiving waters. Fer...

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