The Greenfield Water Reclamation Facility in Mesa, Arizona, has undergone a significant expansion project to meet the increasing demands for wastewater treatment and environmental sustainability.
Project Completion Date
City of Mesa
The expansion and rehabilitation of the Greenfield Water Reclamation Facility in Mesa, Arizona, exemplify a commitment to sustainable wastewater management, environmental protection, and the delivery of high-quality reclaimed water to the Mesa community. The choice of Tnemec Series 435, Series 434, and Series 217 coatings demonstrates a dedication to protecting and preserving critical infrastructure for long-term reliability and performance. This project is expected to have a substantial positive impact on the region's water sustainability and environmental resilience.
Tnemec Coatings Used:
Tnemec Series G435 Perma-Glaze: Selected for its exceptional H2S protection and resistance to harsh wastewater environments. This coating was applied to the two new egg-shaped digesters, the existing center tank, and the two existing egg-shaped digesters. Series G435 provides superior corrosion and chemical resistance, ensuring the integrity of these critical structures.
Tnemec Series 434 Perma-Shield H2S:A 100% solids, hybrid epoxy mortar designed for severe wastewater immersion and fume environments. Specifically formulated to withstand high levels of hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S), sulfuric acid (H2SO4), as well as other gases common to sewer exposures. Aggregate reinforcement provides additional resistance to abrasions and impacts which is why it was selected for the new headworks structure.
Tnemec Series 217 MortarClad: Utilized for the restoration of dilapidated concrete in existing structures. Series 217 provides structural reinforcement and protection against corrosion, ensuring the longevity of rehabilitated areas.