Projectsimage descriptionPublic Wholesale Water Supply District 18 Treatment Plant Rehabilitation

Status: Completed
Owner: PWWSD No. 18 / City of Holton
Location & Map Link:
Holton, KS

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PWWSD 18 and EBH worked together to develop a major replacement project for the water plants failing membrane filtration units. Our team wanted to simplify a complicated treatment method previously used. Taking advantage of a narrow 45 day window, where the plant could be shut down, the project team successfully removed the old equipment and replaced them with a custom built filtration system. The project lowered operating costs and increased reliability, all with minimal impact to the end user.

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Services Provided
  • Preliminary Engineering Reports
  • Water Treatment Facilities
  • Infrastructure, Evaluation & Planning
  • Project Funding & Grant Application through USDA
  • State & Federal Permits
Project Details

EBH provided an effective and innovative solution to the client. Rather than complicating the existing plant, EBH designed a simple replacement system for the existing process. The simplified design allowed for greater efficiency thus reducing operating costs.

Project Recognition

Project Recognition

On April 24, in celebration of the 2013 Earth Day, USDA Rural Development recognized Public Wholesale Water supply District no.18 for investing in its future by partnering with the agency to improve the district’s water system.


Public Wholesale District No. 18 Completes Make-over of Plant

Project Team
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    Don Hellar, PE Senior/Project Manager, Surveyor/Inspector
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    Darin Neufeld, PE Project Engineer
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    Darla Abbott EBH Support Staff