Gresham Smith-Designed Nutrient Recovery System Featured in Water Environment & Technology Magazine
Gresham Smith’s Georgia Water + Environment team collaborated with the City of Atlanta to design a nutrient recovery system at R.M. Clayton Water Reclamation Center, a groundbreaking process for extracting nutrients from wastewater recycle streams and converting them into a highly pure, slow release fertilizer product for use in various land applications. Gresham Smith Senior Vice President Randy Booker, Ph.D., P.E., Vice President Giny Jacob, P.E., and Engineer-In-Training Diana Chumak discussed the project in Water Environment & Technology’s September issue.
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