The Paul R. Noland Wastewater Treatment Facility is designed to handle Fayetteville's current treatment requirements and anticipated population growth through 2020. The facility is designed to process an average daily flow of 12.6 million gallons per day (MGD), a maximum daily flow of 29 MGD, and a maximum monthly flow of 17 MGD.
The facility operates under the conditions set forth in the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit issued by the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality. The permit places limitations and monitoring requirements on the operation of the facility.
Biosolids are nutrient-rich organic materials resulting from the wastewater treatment process. Fayetteville has recently started a new operation, located at the Biosolids Management Site, to produce sustainable uses for these treatment residuals. The project combines solar and thermal drying technology to create a Class A fertilizer.
For additional information or to schedule a tour of the facility, contact 479-443-3292.
The City of Fayetteville celebrated the complete installation of the BlueInGreen HyDOZ Disinfection System, a first-of-its-kind system, at the Noland Wastewater Treatment Facility on June 8, 2017. BlueInGreen was co-founded in 2004 by two University of Arkansas professors and VIC Technology Venture Development. The company is located in the University of Arkansas's Research and Technology Park. BlueInGreen's systems provides solutions to improve water quality and reduce treatment costs.
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