Water Treatment

Transfer of raw sewage to initial holding tanks to begin primary treatment.

At the end of the process treated effluent is pumped to outfall pumping stations for release into the ocean.

Wastewater from overflow pits is pumped back into the process for treatment.

Pumping digested sludge into a filter press for dewatering and drying out before being disposed of.

Pumping storm water out of pits in high rise buildings, car parks, etc back into the storm water system.

Chemical dosing of chemicals into effluents and other fluids to maintain the correct level of pH during processing.

Raw water pumping to begin treatment for drinking purposes or for disposal in non-toxic condition.

Filtration of water to ensure it is suitable for use in the necessary processes.

Filter backwash to maintain efficiency and cleanliness of the filters.

Sampling of water and effluents to ensure that process is working according to parameters of the plant.

Chemical dosing of chemicals into effluents and other fluids to maintain the correct level of pH during.