5-10-21 Maryville Council

A rendering from HDR Engineering shows the existing clearwell tank that will be converted into use for granular activated carbon adsorbers at the Maryville Water Treatment Plant. The City Council approved an agreement with David E. Ross Construction to manage the project.

MARYVILLE, Mo. — The Maryville City Council on Monday selected David E. Ross Construction to head up the new GAC adsorber project intended to help mitigate the seasonal taste and odor issues present in drinking water.

Granular activated carbon adsorbers bind taste and odor constituents as water passes through the adsorber, removing them from the drinking water that goes out to customers across the area in much the same way as a home carbon filter does.

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