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Wastewater Plant Opening in July
Tupelo Bayou Wastewater Treatment Plant (TBWWTP) on Lollie Road in southwest Conway will begin operating in July.
Tupelo Bayou Wastewater Treatment Plant (TBWWTP) on Lollie Road in southwest Conway will begin operating in July. PC Construction, Inc. began construction of the plant in May 2012. Ultimately, the plant will be able to process 32 million gallons a day (MGD). The initial phase features two parallel 8 MGD liquid trains for a total capacity of 16 MGD. Additional capacity increases can be constructed in 8 MGD increments, with a 24 MGD capacity anticipated by 2030. According to Engineering and Planning Manager Greg Dell, flow to the existing Stone Dam Wastewater Treatment Plant on Stanley Russ Road will be diverted to the new plant. Stone Dam was built in 1979 as a conventional activated sludge treatment plant with 6 MGD capacity. “We will continue to use the ponds at Stone Dam for equalization,” Dell said.
The Tupelo Bayou plant will feature advanced treatment technology that includes an activated sludge treatment system. Activated sludge plants encompass a variety of mechanisms and processes that use dissolved oxygen to promote the growth of biological floc that substantially removes organic material in accordance with permit requirements.
SEC Network to Launch August 14, 2014
Conway Corporation is in active negotiations with ESPN/Disney/ABC Family to continue carriage of a host of networks. The current agreement expires July 31, 2014. Negotiation includes carriage of ESPN’s new service, the SEC Network, and Conway Corporation fully anticipates making this service available to customers when it launches on August 14, 2014. The network will be placed on channel 50 and HD channel 580.
The SEC Network (also known as the SEC ESPN Network) is an upcoming cable college sports network dedicated to coverage of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The network will be operated by ESPN as part of a 20-year partnership and will feature coverage of SEC sports, along with news/analysis programs and other content focusing on the SEC’s member schools. SEC Network will air events across the 21 sports that the conference sponsors. Within its first year, the network and its digital outlets plan to broadcast at least 1000 live events, with at least 450 on television. Yearly, the network will broadcast approximately 45 football games, 100 men’s basketball games, 60 women’s basketball games, and 75 baseball games. For football, SEC Network plans to air three Saturday games per week in early, afternoon and evening windows.