Walnut Creek, California’s RMC Water and Environment is involved with a number of water projects at both the local and regional levels. In addition to water recycling initiatives designed to address problems caused by the California water crisis, RMC Water and Environment has contributed to operational improvements at several of the state’s wastewater treatment facilities.
A recent project at the wastewater treatment facility in the Novato Sanitary District emphasized the optimization of treatment reliability, capabilities, and regulatory compliance. The $84 million project called for a number of critical facility improvements, including the replacement of outdated infrastructure and an upgraded capacity for excessive wet weather flow.
RMC played a major role during preproduction phases, including the drafting and review of California Environmental Quality Act documents. The organization also provided designs for UV disinfection and odor control modifications, while production contributions included support throughout the engineering phases. Additional wastewater treatment facility projects have occurred at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, the Encina Wastewater Authority, the Orange County Sanitation District, and the Yucaipa Valley Water District.