Took over pump station at The Preserve, preventive maintenance,
generator tests ect.; put into CMMS program for scheduled maintenance. Collection System:
Run portable generator under load at Old Farm, Stonybrook, Farquhar and
Jamieson Pump Stations to ensure emergency preparedness.
Replace low level float at Stonybrook Pump Station
Collection system sampling, Phosphorus tracking.
Proposed projects for the Wastewater Department in 2010 include the following:
Continue working with MA DEP on requirements and guidelines for upgrades and expansion of the WPCF.
Develop industrial pre-treatment program which will be needed upon plant upgrade.
Work closely with Tighe & Bond, RH White, Cambridge Water Technologies and Sturbridge DPW as construction begins on new WWTF upgrade.
Continue rebuilding of E-One sewage grinder pumps as needed
Thoroughly go through all systems at The Preserve pump station and resolve any issues.
Veolia Water and the staff of the Wastewater Department are committed to maintaining and protecting the environment, Quinebaug River and all related water ways.
Veolia Water is committed to providing the best service at a reasonable and stable cost to the Town of Sturbridge. The personnel of the Water and Wastewater Departments are committed to providing the residence of the Town with courteous and prompt service. We appreciate the support we received during the past year by the Department of Public Works, Board of Health, Town Administrator and Selectmen as well as all the other departments, boards and committees here in Sturbridge.
As always, if any residents have any questions regarding Water or Wastewater issues, please give me a call.
Respectfully submitted, Shane Moody, Project Manager
WWTP 508 347-2514