Trigon Associates, llc

Al Yamoun WWTP and Collection System, Qabatia WWTP and Collection System

US Agency for International Development,
West Bank/Gaza Mission

  • Location: West Bank, Palestinian Territories
  • Completed: 2013

Trigon is serving as a subconsultant on the Program Management Team for a large infrastructure program to design and construct projects related primarily to wastewater, water, and roadway infrastructure. Trigon is involved in all phases of the program, including overall program setup and mobilization, ongoing program management, design and construction management. Trigon recently performed environmental permitting for 10 wastewater treatment plants and the associated sewage collection systems located throughout the West Bank and design for two (2) of the plants.

Al Yamoun WWTP and Collection System
Trigon provided engineering, design, environmental assessment and permitting efforts associated with the design of a new wastewater treatment plant and associated sewage collection systems in the Al Yamoun area. The WWTP will have a capacity of approximately 5 MGD.

Primary process units designed by Trigon include the influent pump station, headworks, grit removal and classification, chlorine contact basins and effluent disc filters. Units were designed to handle a range of flow rates for two different phases as well as to be flexible enough to allow easy expansion of the plant for a potential third phase further in the future as more communities are connected to the sewage collection systems.

Qabatia WWTP and Collection System
Trigon provided engineering, design, environmental assessment and permitting efforts associated with the design of a new wastewater treatment plant and associated sewage collection systems. The WWTP will have a capacity of approximately 7 MGD.

Primary process units designed by Trigon include the influent pump station, headworks, grit removal and classification, chlorine contact basins and effluent disc filters. Similar to the Al Yamoun WWTP, units were designed to handle a range of flow rates for two different phases as well as to be flexible enough to allow easy expansion of the plant for a potential third phase further in the future as more communities are connected to the sewage collection systems.

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