Berkeley County to Install Four BCR Environmental Systems as Part of Chesapeake Bay Watershed Improvement Program First BCR CleanBâ„¢ installations in West Virginia will reduce costs, reduce energy consumption, eliminate odor issues, improve regulatory compliance, and improve environmental conditions in the delicate Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

Apr 9, 2014

JACKSONVILLE, Florida April 9, 2014  BCR Environmental announced today that the Berkeley County Public Service Sewer District (BCPSSD) has executed a contract to install CleanB systems at four of its wastewater treatment plants to upgrade to Class B biosolids production. BCPSSD chose to install the CleanB systems as a lower capital and operating cost alternative to aerobic digestion.

Located on the Potomac River, Berkeley County is part of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, the largest estuary in the United States. Excessive nutrient runoff is a major challenge facing the bay, and almost three quarters of the bay’s tidal waters are considered impaired by chemical contaminants. The BCPSSD is currently undertaking an ambitious improvement program to reduce nutrient discharge.

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