Idaho Power’s Langley Gulch power plant generates approximatly 300 MW of power per day using natural gas fired boilers. The facility uses water from lateral collection wells along the Snake River for both boiler makeup and cooling. The treatment systems had several single points of failure and areas of challenging operation. This paper discusses the improvements currently being implemented to improve both the performance and reliability of the Langley Gulch water treatment system.
This presentation is available to AMTA Members only.
- Brandon Yallaly, P.E.
- Carollo Engineers, Inc.
- AMTA/NWMOA Technology Transfer Workshop, Boise, ID
- AMTA/NWMOA Technology Transfer Workshop
- Cooling Tower Treatment, Process Reliability, Zero Liquid Discharge