Greenfield Biologics Facility Wastewater Pretreatment

Social Circle, Georgia

Greenfield Biologics Facility to produce blood plasma requires specialized wastewater pretreatment.

Baxter International constructed a $1.2 billion greenfield biologics facility in Covington, Georgia. This facility includes operations supporting plasma fractionation, purification, fill-finish and a testing lab. Complex facilities like these require specialized wastewater pretreatment. Since the construction Baxter has become Baxalta, Shire and now has been purchased by Takeda Pharmaceutical.

Experience matters with speed to market.

Haskell was selected by the Biologics Facility Contractor for the construction of the pre-treatment facility to treat wastewater flows generated by the operation of the plasma protein manufacturing. Haskell’s experienced construction team, combined with a trusted design partner, was able to complete the project and meet the aggressive schedule for the overall biologics facility.

  • Equalization Tanks
  • Activated sludge basins
  • Chemical feed system
  • Dissolved air flotation system (DAF)
  • Sludge dewatering with centrifuge
  • New electrical building
  • Emergency Power Generation

Baxter's director of EHS was visiting the site yesterday and toured your area with Jack Ward. Jack reported that he was extremely impressed with everything he saw. He declared that this project is Baxter's new gold standard for waste water construction. This is something to be proud of and he will let all the craft know. I have heard very similar comments from both Georgia Environmental Financing Authority and Newton County Water and Sewage Authority on all of our monthly walks. Thank you for the hard work."

Neil Stanton, PE Fluor
Baxter Program Covington
Exterior photo of Greenfield Biologics Facility process tanks and piping

Baxter's director of EHS was visiting the site yesterday and toured your area with Jack Ward. Jack reported that he was extremely impressed with everything he saw. He declared that this project is Baxter's new gold standard for waste water construction. This is something to be proud of and he will let all the craft know. I have heard very similar comments from both Georgia Environmental Financing Authority and Newton County Water and Sewage Authority on all of our monthly walks. Thank you for the hard work."

Neil Stanton, PE Fluor
Baxter Program Covington
Exterior photo of Greenfield Biologics Facility process tanks and piping

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