Portfolio | Brightwater Treatment Plant
A five-star flush
UMC built the plumbing and mechanical infrastructure for a state-of-the-art facility that takes high-tech wastewater treatment and odor control to the next level.
- Woodinville, WA
Not many wastewater treatment facilities can boast five-star reviews on TripAdvisor, but the grounds at Brightwater prove to be as inviting to the public as it does the staff. Our industrial team used its expertise with very large and complex infrastructure to build the piping and mechanical systems for a treatment plant that even smells good! From process piping three to eight feet in diameter to the largest membrane reactor in the world, Brightwater has the capacity to treat an average of 36 million gallons of wastewater per day. Clean water and public appeal…bonus for the community.
Brightwater stands as a landmark project for UMC in size, scope and success. This project used newer process technologies and materials requiring supreme planning, cooperation and execution to ensure the plant ultimately operated successfully.Steve Russo Major Projects Manager
The membrane bioreactor system at Brightwater processes 36 million gallons per day and is the largest in the world.
It requires a complex series of ducting, utility equipment and 72-inch diameter process piping to run a facility like Brightwater successfully.
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