Kitsap County Public Utility District (KPUD) was faced with the challenge of inconsistent effluent discharge from their existing WWTP causing frequent closures of local shell fish harvesting beds. After evaluating their options KPUD decided to de-commission their old plant, abandon their outfall, and install a new Ovivo microBLOX. Treated effluent is now discharged to the sub-surface under a new permit from the Washington State Department of Health. Utilizing OV membrane technology, the system is designed in accordance with reuse standards including a very low effluent TN limit < 8 mg/l. The microBLOX is a completely pre-engineered MBR including integral UV disinfection, SCADA, and Ovivo’s Water Expert technology providing interactive O&M and asset management capabilities. Ovivo’s ability to deliver a complete solution reduced project costs and shortened the construction schedule. The microBLOX system has exceeded performance expectations, allowing the district to recommend reopening 80 acres of shell fish beds ahead of schedule.