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Lincoln Sanitary DistrictThe Lincoln Sanitary
District is a quasi-municipal utility located in Lincoln, Maine.
The District provides the community with wastewater treatment of
domestic sewerage to the citizens of Lincoln, Maine.
Operations - Lincoln Sanitary District
The wastewater treatment at the
Lincoln Sanitary District facility consists of a dual train, two
stage, rotating biological contactor (RBC) process with primary
and secondary settling, influent screening, aerated grit
removal, chlorine gas disinfection and discharge to the
Process Problems at the Lincoln Treatment
Process Problems - Lincoln
Treatment Plant - The District faced 4 difficult problems during
the early years of operations: Biosolids Disposal, Composting
Odors, Excessive Weight on RBC Shafts, and CSO discharges.
Flows and Loads
Wastewater flows and loads of the original Lincoln wastewater
treatment plant as designed by Anderson - Nichols & Company,
Inc., included all of the existing processes, except for the
primary clarifiers and wet weather grit removal system.
biosolids composted at the facility come from the Lincoln
Sanitary District's wastewater treatment plant.
District has engaged an engineering firm to evaluate and develop
a facility plan. The recommended facility plan for the Lincoln
Sanitary District has been broken into three different phases.
Environmental Protection Agency - CSO
In 2002 the Lincoln Sanitary
District received a 1st place award from the Environmental
Protection Agency for Combined Sewer Overflow Management.
Lincoln Sanitary District Staff
We want you to understand the
efforts the staff at the Lincoln Sanitary District make to
continually improve the wastewater treatment process and protect
our states valuable water resources.
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