Wastewater Permit Resources
wa dept of ecology
Stantec is the 4th largest international engineering firm in water and wastewater. We offer creative solutions to deliver a fit-for-purpose design. With several offices in Washington state, we bring global expertise and local knowledge to support wineries in design of new, or modification of existing water and wastewater systems and to comply with the wastewater discharge general permit through different options such as:
- Modifications to existing water and wastewater facilities
- Reduce consumption of fresh water in the wine production process
- Partial recycle and reuse of process wastewater
- Identify new treated effluent discharge points (disposal and reuse
- Design and install wastewater treatment systems
- Jason Maglalang-Weakley
- (425) 896-6963
- (425) 891-2587 Mobile
Farallon Consulting provides environmental services to clients throughout the West Coast with offices in Washington, Oregon and California. Our team has a thorough understanding of the federal, state, and local environmental regulatory requirements for the wine industry. Our expertise allows you to focus on winery and vineyard operations while having the piece of mind that we will guide you through the environmental regulations and permitting needed to be compliant.
Services include: regulatory review and applicability; permitting; engineering support and design; waste stream management; wastewater monitoring and sampling; winery pollution prevention plan preparation; lagoon assessment; and onsite wastewater treatment evaluation.
- Washington Contacts:
- Stacy Patterson, Principal Environmental Scientist
- (425) 295-0812
- Chris Kovac, P.E., Principal Engineer
- (425) 394-4419
wa dept of ecology
Washington’s Winery General Permit regulates discharges of process wastewater from wineries to land, groundwater, and wastewater treatment plants. No surface water discharges are allowed under this permit.
Visit the Dept. of Ecology winery permit web page which walks wineries through their need to permit and how to apply if they do.
We are a complete solution company, offering design and installation, start up and training and operations of biological treatment system, designed for treating winery effluent. Elutriate offers a world class control group. We design and maintain remote monitoring systems which offer real time control and reduced labor cost for both our systems as well as existing systems.
A typical system consists of a Bio Reactors which use a rotary blower to provide aeration to the Bio Reactors, and retention. ES designs the size of the blowers and hydraulic retention of these systems with computer modeling, to obtain proven, optimized and guaranteed solution. The effluent flows to the first digestion tank where it is pH maintained at 6.5-7.5. The DO is controlled by a DO (Dissolved Oxygen) sensor and VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) so the output of the blower is regulated delivering the necessary aeration required but is also frugal on power usage and seasonal loading.
The BOD (Biological Oxygen Demand) of the treated effluent is converted to “Compost Tea”, a great soil probiotic. The aerobic bacteria digests the BOD (Organic Carbon) and in turn make more bacteria, which is great in the soil. The bacteria is captured in the clarifier and returned to the first Bio Reactor tank to maintain a thick bacterial stew, for rapid BOD digestion and the excess used for land application.
Let us know how we can help your wastewater and regulatory compliance, we have been doing this for the past 20 years in California, Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, Humbolt San Luis Obispo , Ventura, Monterey, San Joaquin counties with great success.
We provide the State Regulators exactly what they are looking for.
Wastewater Treatment Solutions
- Glenn Wensloff
- (805) 474-9390 Office
- (209) 603-7350 Cell