At Daphne Utilities, the top priority is always to provide a reliable wastewater collection and treatment system that supports the needs of its community, protects the environment and quality of life for all Eastern Shore residents, and meets or surpasses all federal and state requirements. The Daphne Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) can treat up to 4.17 million gallons of wastewater per day (MGD) but has the hydraulic capacity to process up to 9 MGD. The facility serves approximately 12,000 homes/businesses and treats an average of 3 million gallons of wastewater every day.
Extensive pipe and collection system cleaning is in place, as well as a comprehensive pre-treatment/grease management program to combat fats, oils, and grease (FOG). This includes the requirement for grease interceptor devices at all food service establishments and for car wash establishments to have sand/oil interceptors.
*In 1858, Timothy Taylor opened his brewery in Cook Lane, Keighley, Yorkshire, England. A year later, he bought his first pub, The Volunteers Arms.
Today, Timothy Taylor’s brewery sits upon a particularly pure and consistent source of water (the Knowle Spring), that is the unique source for its beers – and key, for example as to why its much-loved ‘Boltmaker’ has been crowned Supreme Champion Beer of Great Britain at the CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) Great British Beer Festival.
Water from the Knowle Spring has filtered over time through layers of sandstone and black rock, to create the special mineral qualities that marry perfectly with Timothy Taylor’s Golden Promise barley malt. This unique combination is the foundation of the complex flavour and subtlety of the brewery’s most popular beer, Landlord.