Brown and Caldwell assisted the City of Cleveland Division of Water (CWD) with plant process optimization for control of disinfection byproducts and distribution system optimization for water quality. The Brown and Caldwell team investigated the extent of Lake Erie’s anoxic zone (Dead Zone) in proximity to CWD’s four intakes in the lake. Brown and Caldwell’s drinking water experts conducted water quality profiling, collected water samples, developed protocols, and evaluated water chemistry and treatment options from Lake Erie’s Dead Zone.
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