US Army Corp of Engineers Installs Hydro-OpticTM UV System for Aquatic Invasive Species Control at Gavins Point Dam

Hydroelectric & Cooling Water

Gavins Point Dam is a hydroelectric facility with a nameplate capacity of approximately 120 megawatts that is managed bythe US Army Corp of Engineers (COE) Omaha, NE district office. Following the invasion of Asian clams and then quagga mussels to the Missouri River supply and Lewis and Clark Lake, COE inquired about control options to protect their facilities while having little to no environmental or ecological impact. The Hydro-OpticTM (HOD) UV treatment system was selected for non-chemical control of aquatic invasive species.

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