Invista Victoria Constructed Wetland

CLIENT NAME

INVISTA

LOCATION

Victoria, Texas
United States

PRACTICE AREA

Constructed Wetlands

SERVICES INCLUDED

Environmental

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Plummer was part of an engineering and scientific consulting team for the development of a full-scale constructed wetlands treatment system at the DuPont (INVISTA) Victoria facility for polishing of biotreated industrial wastewater that also integrates wildlife use and public access. The Wildlife Habitat Council-certified site includes a 53-acre wetland that returns up to 3.2 million gallons of water per day to the Guadalupe River. 

Plummer was responsible for plant selection and design of the vegetation plan. We assisted with development of construction documents and participated in preparing detailed specifications for an on-site wetland nursery. This participation included major responsibility in developing planting specifications, planting coordination, and vegetation monitoring during the construction phase. The assignment also involved development of start-up operations plans for the system. Team members served on a wetland evaluation team with the responsibility of monitoring vegetation and assessing the wetland’s performance. DuPont changed the name of the Victoria Plant to INVISTA prior to selling this production facility to Koch Industries.

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