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In order to meet recently revised Municipal and Domestic Water Supply (MUN) effluent criteria, the City of San Luis Obispo is undertaking a series of upgrades to its Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF). These upgrades, collectively referred to as the WRRF Project, represent a significant community investment and will help the City implement its long-term strategy for resource management. Other drivers for the project include future increases in flow in alignment with the City’s General Plan; the ability to provide treatment to peak wet weather flows; addressing aging and out-of-date equipment and processes; incorporating features that embrace the value of the WRRF as a community asset; process redundancy to allow operational efficiency; odor control; and maximizing recycled water production. Cannon was selected to provide automation and electrical engineering design services for the facility. This design required an upgrade plant processes including modifications to existing SCADA system, implementation of intelligent motor control, upgrade of existing fiber optic network and components, and integration of multiple advance treatment package systems. The SCADA modifications included added information management tools, improved redundancy and reliability of PLC and network components, and upgrade alarm notification capability. 

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