The Seneca Wastewater Treatment Facility is located in Eagan,
Minnesota. Recent plans to upgrade the facility include the addition of
disinfection basins and a dechlorination channel. The dechlorination process
uses an S02 solution that is injected through a multiport diffuser in the
bottom of the dechlorination channel. The dechlorination channel and the
S02 feed are shown in the plan layout in Fig. 1-1.
HDR Engineering, Inc.
Metropolitan Waste control Commission
Luck, Frederick N.; Stefan, Heinz G..
Model Study of Mixing in the Proposed Dechlorination Facility of the Seneca Wastewater Treatment Plant in Eagan, Minnesota.
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
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