With water scarcity fast becoming a global crisis, both government agencies and private industry are now looking to wastewater as a sustainable source of water for multiple uses. In addition, concern over contaminants and their impacts on humans and wildlife has generated new regulations and standards for the release of urban and industrial used water into the environment.
Wastewater treatment has been at the core of Kennedy Jenks’ consulting practice since the firm was founded in 1919. Always at the forefront of science and technology, our practice has advanced as wastewater treatment has advanced. We have helped public agencies and private companies throughout the United States build and adapt their infrastructure to meet the demands of growth, regulation, and resource management. With a reputation for excellence and innovation, many clients have relied on Kennedy Jenks’ services for more than half a century. Within the industrial sector, our clients include multinational corporations, aerospace firms, national pulp and paper producers, wineries, food and beverage companies and more.
Whether designing new facilities or expanding and upgrading existing facilities, we provide clients with innovative, cost-effective solutions that respond to their specific needs.
Our wastewater treatment capabilities and services include:
- Facility and capital improvement planning
- Process analysis and design
- Bench and pilot testing
- Pre-feasibility and feasibility studies
- Alternatives analysis
- Advanced wastewater treatment and nutrient removal
- Advanced oxidation processes
- Membrane separation technologies
- Physical and chemical treatment
- Wastewater hydraulics and pumping
- Troubleshooting and operations assistance
- Power, instrumentation, and controls upgrades and plant automation
- Treatment facility condition assessment and rehabilitation
- Organic waste co-digestion
- Energy recovery, efficiency, and conservation
- Effluent discharge permitting and outfall design
- Solids treatment and biosolids management
- Building structural, mechanical, and architectural improvements
- Treatment capacity upgrades and performance optimization