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Westgold | Wastewater Treatment Plant

Another pair of Ecofarmer 250 units on deck for one of our mining clients in Western Australia. Arranged in twin train Ecofarmer 250 design with a Class A advanced media polishing packaged to ensure we meet our clients site compliance.

Client: Westgold

Location: Western Australia

Project: Westgold Cue Village WWTP upgrade

Solution: Twin Train Eco250 units with class a polishing package

Industry: Mining

 

BACKGROUND

The current waste water treatment facility situated at Cue Village Westgold needed to be replaced due to age and premature wear on the steel structure.

RWWA was asked to submit a proposal to design and construct a suitable waste water treatment system that suited the site hydraulic and incoming biological nutrient demand that would meet the release criteria as specified by governing body.

The new sewage treatment plant (STP) is designed to provide ongoing reliable service and to minimise maintenance requirements, ensuring ease of operation whilst maintaining reliable effluent quality and daily production.

THE RWWA SOLUTION

CUSTOM BUILT WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

The site compliance targets are based on standard nutrient with Class A disinfection requiring less that 10 Ecoli per 100 ml of sample. Our Ecofamer SBR solution is packaged and delivered complete with our integral Class A glass media filtration system, that will further filter the supernatant from the sequencing batch reactors (SBR) to a higher class of final effluent, to release to ground.

 

Our glass media design is based on the ‘Drydan Glass,’ a validated and certified media product sold here in Australia. This is a highly refined crushed glass with excellent flux potential, allowing for full rejuvenation through a backwash and chemical clean process that extends to the filtration cycle, as oppose to conventional sand base media.

 

 Our Class A media package is housed in a 20 ft high cube container beside our Ecofarmer treatment units. A dedicated feed pump on the VSD control, will continually recirculate the supernatant fluid over the glass media. Then the flow pace chlorine injection will sanitise the water keeping the media beds at optimal working order, whilst reducing fouling potential free residual oxidant. This will then be monitored and corrected for bacteriological control in the final effluent water body. Once the water has met specification within the chlorine contact residence time, a modulating valve will allow fluid to pass to the irrigation field.

As part of our advanced technology, a centralised Allen Bradley HMI and PLC will engage the operator allowing for full remote access, reducing any unnecessary call out fees.

Results:

The RWWA difference is our unique fabrication process of our engineered certified steel reactors that provide a generous 20 year chassis life guarantee. Our chassis are built from the ground up with 6 mm flat sheet formed and pressed for the walls giving the ultimate in rigidity and corrosion allowance. In addition, a suitable international or Jotun coating is applied to the internal and exterior of the box.

We are committed to providing the highest quality product and service to our customers.

NEED AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT FAIL?

If you are wanting a wastewater treatment system that works all day every day with the ability of remote monitoring, please call one of our friendly engineering team today to discuss your waste water issues and how we can help.

Abattoir Wastewater Treatment

The Australian red meat and poultry processing industry is a significant consumer of fresh water and a high producer of wastewater. Abattoirs produce a high source of waste water that require stringent onsite waste water treatment prior to council sewer release or land application. In addition, drought and resulting water restrictions cause enormous pressure on processing plants to reduce water consumption. Along with restrictions, costs around wastewater disposal makes it essential for businesses in this industry to carefully choose their wastewater treatment options.

Underling waste water issues faced in the Abattoir industry?

Many abattoirs visited across the country have existing infrastructure in place with supported hardware that is not efficiently catering for the hydraulic or nutrient demand placed on the biological process. When the process weakens the immediate response is that the biological nutrient removal (BNR) treatment process is failing and an alternate source of water treatment hardware needs to be adopted. In many cases this not the answer, the appropriate solution may be to redesign the current process hardware, allowing for higher oxygen and mixing demand with the correct sludge management process. It is recommended to also implement a smart automation system to manage sludge waste and save on further failing expenses.

Abattoir Waste Water Treatment Services provided by RWTS?

Remote Water Treatment Services philosophy is finding the right solution for our client, operator, and environment. There have been many scenarios where the biological process treatment system has been made redundant as the primary treatment source. A costly dissolved air flotation (DAF) type treatment process with an extremely high chemical expenditure to boot is adopted or sold into the organisation.

RWTS take a simplified approach that doesn’t cost our clients any unnecessary operational expense by firstly looking at remodelling the current biological treatment process. Our smart automation platform allows easy on site operator engagement adjusting all necessary parameters to drive the process including; dissolved oxygen, anoxic mixing times, sludge wasting and return, all through the touch of an HMI and/or remote desktop monitoring.

RWTS stringent process modelling involves classical calculations supported by advanced bio win modelling software where the team can place multiple loading scenarios whilst explaining to our clients the differences in treatment processes so an informed decision can be made by the consulting board. This process of client education, classical calculation validated by sophisticated modelling software gives our clients an informed and proven solution that will ensure the system is managed at its full potential. Whilst also meeting the stringent environmental guidelines placed on treated water to land. Furthermore, it is imperative that an independent waste water review is completed by a reputable process biological RPEQ engineer that will confirm the process put forth.

If you have an onsite treatment system that is failing the local legislative final release parameters, or your process and loading from the factory source has increased, please get in touch with RWTS for a comprehensive review of your site waste water treatment process.

Abattoir Water Treatment Services provided by RWTS?

Many regional abattoirs rely heavily on fresh water supply for internal process and wash down requirements. In smaller townships water cannot easily be provided to the operation and the company must seek an alternate source to produce the water requirement.

RWTS can support their clients in feasibility studies to seek water from a suitable source and then analyse a treatment process to polish the water to the standard required. This water treatment system may be a multi-train staged scenario with different water quality requirements.

RWTS advocates for sustainable water reuse to improve the cost of high water consumption in abattoirs. We understand the requirements of treating abattoir effluent and the need for a cost-effective water treatment and filtration system. RWTS customer service and hardware reliability is at the forefront of our commitment to our clients.

Canstruct | Water Treatment Plant

Our client, Canstruct chose a custom built surface water treatment plant to produce safe and reliable potable water for human consumption.

Client: Canstruct

Location: Northern Territory

Solution: 40ft containerised Surface Water Treatment System

Industry: Agriculture

 

BACKGROUND

Canstruct are constructing new and upgrading existing facilities to support industry activity that is requiring a suitable water treatment facility to cater for persons on site.

RWTS was successfully awarded the contract to supply a 40ft containerised surface water treatment system to produce safe and reliable potable water for human consumption.

When accessing the design of the surface water treatment plant we took into account some key consideration based on site specific risks and project requirements.

Requirements for the WTP for this application were as follows:

 

  • Variable site loads – load swings and variable quality raw water characteristics
  • Seasonal Variance affecting organic loads, TOC Levels and Algae Levels in raw water supply
  • Upstream Catchment Assessment shows the source water as Category 4
  • Upstream variability in raw water quality including cattle farming – cryptosporidium risk is high.
  • High Protozoa risks associated with the source water combined with the location of the catchment and temperature averages.
  • Indicative raw water test results show an extremely low LSI index (corrosive Index rating) resulting in the design requiring remineralisation as an addition to the primary process requirement.
  • 20 year design life with an acceptable ongoing cost

THE RWTS SOLUTION

CUSTOM BUILT WATER TREATMENT PLANT

RWTS designed and constructed a surface water treatment plant with a nominated design flow rate to provide a minimum of 75,000 litres per day.

The nominated recovery range for this system was 85% – with a worst case expected recovery during very high solids loading periods of 55%.

Raw water required for the 20 kl per day potable water was between 88,500 litres per day minimum and as high as 136,000 litres per day – depending on raw water quality.

There was several stages of the water treatment process implemented into the design and construction of this customize water treatment plant including;

 

  • Stage One – Chemical Dosing
  • Stage Two- AFM Media Filtration
  • Stage Three – Ultrafiltration
  • Stage Four – GAC Carbon Media Filtration
  • Stage Five – Ultraviolet Disinfection Post Filtration
  • Stage Six – Calcite Media Remineralisation Filtration
  • Stage Seven – Chlorine Dosing For Disinfection Post Filtration
  • Stage Eight – Chlorine Dosing And Ph Correction For Treated Water Storage Facility

 

OVERVIEW OF DESIGN AND SYSTEM FITOUT

The following key summary points outline the fitout of the system:

 

  • Electrical Control Panel/Switchboard – Exceeds AS 3000 Requirement
  • Custom Fabricated 40 Foot Container Based Building with Air Conditioning, Vinyl Flooring, Fridge Panel 50 mm Thick Insulation Panel Lined Internal Roof and Walls for Temperature Control.
  • Allen Bradley Micro-logix series PLC and Colour 10 inch HMI Screen Interface
  • Remote Dial In and SMS out E-Won Cosy Modem Platform for remote assistance support and alarm notifications.
  • Industry Standard high quality electrical components such as Schnieder, Hager and Finder.
  • 415 volt/240 volt segregated from 24 volt compartment
  • Overloads and Circuit breakers accessible from safe outer door to internal retainer door mounted position – no exposed terminals
  • Earth Leakage to AS 3500.
  • External Building Colour of clients choice

The water treatment system included a Grundfos CRIE15 Series duplex multistage pump set complete with variable speed drive motors. A PID Pressure targeting software control via an Allen Bradley PLC/HMI package was installed.

The pump set was sized to ensure each pump delivered 15l/sec @40 mtrs delivery head, allowing a duty standby control methodology, which allowed a final duty achieved of 10 ltrs second at 400 kpa.

A flow meter was installed on the treated water delivery line out of the system to monitor discharge flows. This would ensure the data logging of usage volumes and peak flows as well as ensuring if there were any issues an alarm would be triggered to alert operations immediately.

Results:

There was significant consideration into the site-specific risks for treatment and delivery in design and construction to ensure the final filtered and disinfected water in potable water storage complied with the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG).

RWTS delivered a potable water treatment plant that provided a daily minimum of 75,000 litres of safe and reliable potable water for human consumption.

The water treatment system was designed and fabricated in a transportable/semi-permanent or permanent installation arrangement to provide continuous service with the required maintenance for a 20 year life expectancy.

NEED AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT FAIL?

If you are wanting a water treatment system that works all day every day with the ability of remote monitoring, please call one of our friendly engineering team today to discuss your waste water issues and how we can help.

Tropical Waste | Waste Water Treatment System

Our client, Tropical Waste chose the Ecofarmer 250 flagship waste water treatment plant to treat their onsite waste water issues.

Client: Tropical Waste

Location: Northern Queensland

Solution: Ecofarmer 250

Industry: Industrial Waste

 

BACKGROUND

Tropical Waste Services are a North Queensland waste handling carter that remove septic systems from surrounding townships. A localised Ecofarmer unit was designed and built to treat waste water fluid to be released back into the council sewer.

THE RWTS SOLUTION

ECOFARMER 250 – WASTE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

The 250 Ecofarmer waste water treatment system was designed and fabricated to ensure only quality treated effluent was released in accordance to water compliance. In addition RWTS are providing continuous service and maintenance to ensure a minimum of 20 years life expectancy.

When designing a waste water treatment system, hydraulic and organic loadings must be fixed as a basis for design. The wastewater treatment system is then sized according to this basis and the effluent standard requirements. This 250 Ecofarmer sewage treatment plant has been designed in this manner. Failure to observe the hydraulic and organic loadings may result in the discharge of effluent that does not meet the required council standards. If the loadings are not exceeded (and upstream management and servicing procedures are adequate) the treatment plant will produce a high quality secondary treated effluent. Our solution ensures only quality treated effluent stream for water compliance.

Results:

Stringent Queensland council approval and design process was completed to allow release to council sewer.

Waste water treatment and dispersal of final effluent met.

RWTS structurally engineered containerised plug and play Ecofarmer system was installed with in 5 days of mobilisation. The system is backed by RWTS remote dial in logging platform to allow our staff to maintain and record plant parameters from our Brisbane based office assisting our clients site operations.

NEED AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT FAIL?

If you are wanting a waste water treatment system that works all day every day with the ability of remote monitoring, please call one of our friendly engineering team today to discuss your waste water issues and how we can help.

Griffith University Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System

RWTS was successfully awarded a contract at Griffith University to deliver a Reverse Osmosis water treatment system to supply demineralised water to the lab sinks at a nominated flow rate.

Client: Griffith University

Location: Brisbane

Solution: Reverse Osmosis water treatment system

Industry: School

 

BACKGROUND

Griffith University recently constructed a high end laboratory in their new state of the art ‘Aviation Building’. Griffith University required purified water for cooling, cleaning and sampling and testing requirements, within these laboratories.

RWTS were successfully awarded the contracted portion to supply a suitably design two pass Reverse Osmosis (RO) water treatment system, with prefiltration and loop line disinfection to supply demineralised water to the laboratory sinks at a nominated flow rate.

THE RWTS SOLUTION

REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

The Griffith University reverse osmosis and demin polishing system uses RO technology to remove dissolved salts from a suitable raw water source.

The system designed and built for Griffith University is configured specifically for slightly variable raw water TDS to accommodate seasonal changes in raw water quality being delivered by Urban Utilities.

The RO water treatment system is designed using a staged approach.

The first stage, “Pre-treatment” removes suspended solids down to 1 micron in size, stripping the total chlorine from the water and removing calcium/magnesium hardness, iron, manganese and aluminium, before the final treated water is fed to the reverse osmosis system for further treatment.

The reverse osmosis water treatment system is a “double pass” system, with the permeate from the first pass sent through a second pass to produce a high quality permeate that is always less than 1 us/cm in quality and typically averages less than 0.5 us/cm.

The last stage of treatment is ultraviolet disinfection combined with mixed bed demineralisation resin, which removes bacteria and trace solutes such as sodium and chloride down to extremely low levels, to produce a treated water quality that is as low as 0.1us/cm in quality.

A water storage tank, a treated water loop delivery pump unit and the required valving and instrumentation completes the delivery of the treated water to the laboratory. In addition multiple outlets are provided a low pressure demineralized water supply at all times by the system.

The Griffith University reverse osmosis system is designed to operate with advanced automatic flux control methodology.

This methodology involves the utilization of automatic modulating valves on the concentrate and recycle streams of the system, flow meters on the concentrate, recycle and permeate streams for flow feedback to the PLC.

The water treatment system automation is controlled through the RWTS proprietary Allen Bradley HMI PLC combined with Bacnet control back to the University BMS system. This system provides accurate and reliable control based on operator adjustable setpoint targets for production and system membrane flux.

Results:

Purified water for cooling, cleaning and sampling and testing requirements within the Griffith University laboratories at a nominated flow rate.

Seamless automation and programming to ensure equipment is easy to operate and maintain, and not fail when the placed under full demand.

NEED AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT FAIL?

If you are wanting a system that works all day every day with the ability of remote monitoring, please call one of our friendly engineering team today to discuss your water treatment options for your beer brewery.

Brew Dog | Brewing Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Solution

reverse osmosis ph correction system water treatment facility

RWTS was successfully awarded a contract with international brand name Brew Dog to deliver a Reverse Osmosis water treatment system to ensure quality water for beer production.

Client: Brew Dog

Location: Brisbane

Solution: Reverse Osmosis water treatment system and Industrial Trade Waste Ph correction and screening

Industry: Hospitality

 

BACKGROUND

Brew Dog are an internationally established company, committed to sustainable brewing practices and batching quality beer to sell to market. Since beer is 90% water, it is natural that the quality and composition of the water will have a dramatic impact on the beer’s flavour.

There are three elements of water that will affect the taste of the beer: mineral composition, pH, and alkalinity. The water’s hardness and mineral make-up will impart flavour and influence the fermentation process. The pH encourages enzymatic action in the mix and cultivates the proliferation of yeast during the fermentation stage. Alkalinity creates a buffer to protect the pH from fluctuation throughout the brewing process, making sure bacteria is unable to grow and stripping excess tannic acid from the beer. These three factors are intimately linked and work in tandem to guide the taste and colour of beer production.

Thus Brew Dog wanted a water treatment system that was affordable and easy to install and operate. Our Reverse Osmosis water treatment system appealed because it’s a proven technology to produce high yielding water for beer production and delivering consistent results.

THE RWTS SOLUTION

REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

beer brewery reverse osmosis system

Remote Water Treatment Service designed and constructed a purpose built reverse osmosis water treatment facility with a disinfection process to produce high yielding water for beer production. We also designed and engineered a trade waste facility to conform to strict council regulations on discharge limits imposed. Both systems were electrically and mechanically installed by our inhouse fabrication team. In addition, all functional coding and engineering design software was conducted inhouse using our Allen Bradley platform. To ensure quality assurance our systems were functionally tested onsite and handed over to our client successfully.

Results:

Customised quality working equipment for even better tasting beer whilst environmentally discharging to trade waste ensuring all project deliverables were met.

Quality water for beer production and waste water treatment facility achieving council release targets.

Seamless automation and programming to ensure equipment is easy to operate and maintain, and not fail when the placed under full demand.

NEED AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT FAIL?

If you are wanting a system that works all day every day with the ability of remote monitoring, please call one of our friendly engineering team today to discuss your water treatment options for your beer brewery.

Maca Atlas Iron Mining Project – Waste Water Treatment System

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Atlas Iron awarded Maca a contract to carry out open pit mining services at the Corunna Downs iron project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Client: Maca

Location: Pilbara region of Western Australia

Technology implemented: Ecofarmer 50 series wastewater treatment plant

Industry: Mining

 

BACKGROUND

Corunna Downs, which is 100 per cent owned by Atlas Iron, is 33 kilometres south of Marble Bar and close to the iron ore miner’s Mt Webber project. The mine is expected to annually produce four million tonnes of iron ore initially. The life of the mine is expected to be between five and six years, with potential for future expansion as the current ore reserve considers only the above-water table resource.

Remote Water Treatment Services have designed in their custom Ecofarmer fabricated engineered reactor a waste water treatment system to cater for mining administration areas, ideal for low flow scenarios.

THE RWTS SOLUTION

Ecofarmer 50

waste water treatment system

The design known as the Ecofarmer 50 SBR caters for flows as low as 2,000 l – 10,000 l per day, an extremely versatile waste water treatment plant for the demand and environment.

The waste water treatment system takes it’s design and methodology from big brother the Ecofarmer 250, with the main process pump and motors located in the plant room, no moving parts are internal of the reactor allowing for ease of servicing.

The Ecofarmer design offers a treatment process with carbon and alkalinity supplementation dosed through our grundfos dosing platform controlled through the human–machine interface (HMI) ensuring optimal nutrient balancing through low demand periods. The system program looks for the level within the balance chamber automatically adjusting the cyclic nature of the process to achieve the desired aeration/mixing cycles. Further to this we have offered in our base offering a uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and Ewon remote modem for remote access into the programmable logic controller (PLC) and Human–Machine Interface (HMI), we can update software remotely and assist site based operators with handling issues that may arise without a call out fee.

Result

A waste water treatment system that caters for mining administration areas and met all council regulations and had a positive impact on the surrounding environment.

RWTS structurally engineered containerised plug and play Ecofarmer system was installed with in 5 days of mobilisation. The system is backed by RWTS remote dial in logging platform to allow our staff to maintain and record plant parameters from our Brisbane based office assisting our clients site operations.

NEED AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT FAIL?

If you are wanting a system that works all day every day with the ability of remote monitoring, please call one of our friendly engineering team today to discuss your treatment options.

Black Diamond Project Group – Wastewater Treatment Plant

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The Black Diamond project saw the need for waste water and water treatment to maintain vital village services. RWTS provided a turn key wastewater treatment plant solution to cater for the projects vital needs and requirements.

This landmark project that will capture valuable water in the lower Fitzroy River for use across the region. Providing not only water security, but also growing the agriculture industry and allowing the buy and sell of quality water.

 

Client: Acciona and Black Diamond Group

Location:Fitzroy River, Central Queensland

Technology implemented: Twin train Ecofarmer 250 series wastewater treatment plant

Industry: Agricultural

 

BACKGROUND

Black Diamond Project Group were contracted to construct a workers accommodation village to accommodate 250 workers through the construction phase of the project saw the need for waste water and water treatment to maintain vital village services.

Remote Water Treatment Services were successfully awarded a design and construct project to action a suitable wastewater treatment plant to cater for the Fitzroy River village waste water requirements.

THE RWTS SOLUTION

Ecofarmer 250

RWTS provided a twin train Ecofarmer 250 series wastewater treatment system to cater for the village waste water requirements. We also completed the design and implemented the irrigation field evenly dispersing the treated water over 50 000 m2 through supported wastewater distribution networks.

In addition RWTS provided the potable water treatment system to cater for the village demands, raw water is to be harvested from the lower Fitzroy region and delivered to the raw water storage tanks. As water is required for consumption through the camp the treatment process commences operation passing water through the array of water treatment specialty filtration modules and stored in treated water storage tanks. Water in the treated water storage tanks is continuously recirculated and monitored for Chlorine, Ph, conductivity and turbidity. RWTS also sized and installed the main village reticulation pumps ensuring potable water delivery to the village on demand.

The solution simple, from harvesting raw water to making treated water conforming to the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG) to then gathering and treating the waste water and dispersing on to land.

As part of RWTS service offering we provided a turn key solution for all our clients project water treatment needs.

Result

Potable water treatment and water reticulation met.

Waste water treatment and dispersal of final effluent met.

RWTS structurally engineered containerised plug and play Ecofarmer system was installed with in 5 days of mobilisation. The system is backed by RWTS remote dial in logging platform to allow our staff to maintain and record plant parameters from our Brisbane based office assisting our clients site operations.

NEED AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT FAIL?

If you are wanting a system that works all day every day with the ability of remote monitoring, please call one of our friendly engineering team today to discuss your treatment options.

Heavy Vehicle Wash Bay for Origin Energy

The RWTS heavy vehicle wash bay solution fuses traditional separation, with high end wastewater treatment facility with filtration componentry all supported within the Australian water sector.

 

Client: Origin Energy & Sodexo

Location: Reedy Creek lay down facility

Technology implemented: Heavy Vehicle Wash Bay

Industry: Energy

 

BACKGROUND

Remote Water Treatment Services were successfully awarded a design and construct project to action a suitable wash bay treatment facility that would see the wastewater treated for reuse purposes.

The RWTS system was no ‘off the shelf’ solution, that most other water treatment company’s retail to the market.

Over the past decade we have continually seen so many vehicle wash bay systems underperform in their duty to treat water to an acceptable reuse standard  leaving unsatisfactory and odorous water to wash and rinse whilst more importantly neglecting the impact on human contact.

THE RWTS SOLUTION

HEAVY VEHICLE WASH BAY

The RWTS treatment process included an oversized hydraulic advanced beach pit and sump design separating the initial heavier solids portion – water was then transferred to the designated raw water tanks where pumps continually recirculated and aerated the fluid to prevent stagnant water minimising ordure and keeping particles in suspense  – batched through a Dissolved Air Flotation Process (DAF) with the correct chemistry applied –  treated water was then pumped through a dual set of glass packed media filtration units and then onto treated water storage – treated water was continually recirculated and monitored for turbidity, ph, conductivity and free available chlorine levels. Once the fluid was corrected and in specification it was then released to the hose reels and automated system to begin its cycle.

Although these sound like relatively simple filtration methods, the systems flexibility in design saw an impressive automation and control platform setting it apart from all other systems on the market today.

The heavy vehicle wash bay was programmed and controlled through our sophisticated Allen Bradley software platform with high end analytical instruments used as reference all programmed and calibrated by the RWTS electrical division.

All design work through to factory acceptance testing was completed in house at our RWTS Brisbane facility and completed by our team of professionals.

RESULT

The result saw a bankable wastewater treatment solution offering clean water to the process upon every wash every time.

NEED AN INNOVATIVE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT FAIL?

If you are wanting a system that works all day every day with the ability of remote monitoring, please call one of our friendly engineering team today to discuss your treatment options.

The Advantages of Automation for Wastewater Treatment Plants

Automative predictive maintenance technology allows us to program your plant machines and equipment with sensors that allow you to effectively monitor any issues. Our programmed sensors track critical operational information; like internal pressure, water flow rate and temperature; to alert your operation managers of any damages, wear or impending equipment failure.

Increase Efficiency

Automated wastewater treatment systems are poised to make treatment plants more efficient than ever before. The combination of the remotely accessible equipment and minute-to-minute data visualizations allows for boosted treatment capacity — like remote troubleshooting and maintenance, which will save your plant hours in downtime.

 

Another attractive advantage of programming and automating controls that gather data in wastewater treatment facilities is that your company has the chance to reduce the usage of chemical additives. From monitoring the depth of the sludge bed to fine-tuning the pH of water holding tanks, greater data availability can help reduce expenses and even prolong the life of critical equipment — like basins, filters and chemical pumps — by slowing down or eliminating corrosion.

Predictive diagnostics and maintenance

Automative predictive maintenance technology allows us to program your plant machines and equipment with sensors that allow you to effectively monitor any issues. Our programmed sensors track critical operational information; like internal pressure, water flow rate and temperature; to alert your operation managers of any damages, wear or impending equipment failure.

Increase Efficiency

Automated wastewater treatment systems are poised to make treatment plants more efficient than ever before. The combination of the remotely accessible equipment and minute-to-minute data visualizations allows for boosted treatment capacity — like remote troubleshooting and maintenance, which will save your plant hours in downtime.

 

With access to comprehensive and minute-to-minute plan data, it’s possible to now optimize wastewater plant processes in completely new way. Automation reduces the amount of labour that is generally demanded from water treatment employees as well as boosting plant efficiency, automated wastewater treatment systems can increase the amount of water that can be treated.

Reduced Need for Chemical Additives

Another attractive advantage of programming and automating controls that gather data in wastewater treatment facilities is that your company has the chance to reduce the usage of chemical additives. From monitoring the depth of the sludge bed to fine-tuning the pH of water holding tanks, greater data availability can help reduce expenses and even prolong the life of critical equipment — like basins, filters and chemical pumps — by slowing down or eliminating corrosion.

Predictive diagnostics and maintenance

Automative predictive maintenance technology allows us to program your plant machines and equipment with sensors that allow you to effectively monitor any issues. Our programmed sensors track critical operational information; like internal pressure, water flow rate and temperature; to alert your operation managers of any damages, wear or impending equipment failure.

Increase Efficiency

Automated wastewater treatment systems are poised to make treatment plants more efficient than ever before. The combination of the remotely accessible equipment and minute-to-minute data visualizations allows for boosted treatment capacity — like remote troubleshooting and maintenance, which will save your plant hours in downtime.

 

Similarly, our automated systems can also reduce the amount of water that is lost during the treatment process, saving your companies plants and your operation additional resources.

Constant Access to Data and Ongoing Sampling

In wastewater treatment and other industry processes, “grab sampling” has long been the process operations rely on to achieve data visibility. The problem with this method is that it requires ongoing labour and it only provides a snapshot of conditions when the sample was taken. Programming and automating the sampling process is a more precise way to identify patterns and trends, engage in more meaningful analysis, and make timelier decisions before small problems become bigger ones.

Furthermore automating data isn’t just about collecting more data, it is also about obtaining more qualified data. Our clients can engage remotely online to monitor in real-time, saving the hassle of sending samples to a lab for analysis. Not only will you save time with our automation but also you are guaranteed that the samples will not change in composition between the time the sample is gathered and when it arrives to the lab for processing. 

Increasing treatment capacity

With access to comprehensive and minute-to-minute plan data, it’s possible to now optimize wastewater plant processes in completely new way. Automation reduces the amount of labour that is generally demanded from water treatment employees as well as boosting plant efficiency, automated wastewater treatment systems can increase the amount of water that can be treated.

Reduced Need for Chemical Additives

Another attractive advantage of programming and automating controls that gather data in wastewater treatment facilities is that your company has the chance to reduce the usage of chemical additives. From monitoring the depth of the sludge bed to fine-tuning the pH of water holding tanks, greater data availability can help reduce expenses and even prolong the life of critical equipment — like basins, filters and chemical pumps — by slowing down or eliminating corrosion.

Predictive diagnostics and maintenance

Automative predictive maintenance technology allows us to program your plant machines and equipment with sensors that allow you to effectively monitor any issues. Our programmed sensors track critical operational information; like internal pressure, water flow rate and temperature; to alert your operation managers of any damages, wear or impending equipment failure.

Increase Efficiency

Automated wastewater treatment systems are poised to make treatment plants more efficient than ever before. The combination of the remotely accessible equipment and minute-to-minute data visualizations allows for boosted treatment capacity — like remote troubleshooting and maintenance, which will save your plant hours in downtime.

 

What are the advantages of automation for wastewater treatment plants?

Programming and automation in recent times has become a necessity in wastewater treatment plant solutions. This service is one of the most critical industrial-level activities today when wastewater and water management is concerned. Here are some of the ways this technology is making the process more efficient and cost-effective.

Lower Energy Costs

Not surprisingly, energy use is the single biggest expense for wastewater treatment plants. Programming and automating infrastructure provides one way to reduce energy expenditures associated with a number of critical water treatment processes.

For example the blowers located in holding basins, which keep the water purified. Blowers can account for up to 50% of a water treatment plant’s total energy consumption. Programming and automation can improve cost effectiveness with reducing energy consumption through data collection. Instead of operating the blowers constantly, at a fixed speed, plants can use information about effluent levels in holding basins to apply air and remove solids only when it’s necessary to do so. This reduces energy costs, helps maintain a steady flow and reduces wear and tear on equipment.

Similarly, our automated systems can also reduce the amount of water that is lost during the treatment process, saving your companies plants and your operation additional resources.

Constant Access to Data and Ongoing Sampling

In wastewater treatment and other industry processes, “grab sampling” has long been the process operations rely on to achieve data visibility. The problem with this method is that it requires ongoing labour and it only provides a snapshot of conditions when the sample was taken. Programming and automating the sampling process is a more precise way to identify patterns and trends, engage in more meaningful analysis, and make timelier decisions before small problems become bigger ones.

Furthermore automating data isn’t just about collecting more data, it is also about obtaining more qualified data. Our clients can engage remotely online to monitor in real-time, saving the hassle of sending samples to a lab for analysis. Not only will you save time with our automation but also you are guaranteed that the samples will not change in composition between the time the sample is gathered and when it arrives to the lab for processing. 

Increasing treatment capacity

With access to comprehensive and minute-to-minute plan data, it’s possible to now optimize wastewater plant processes in completely new way. Automation reduces the amount of labour that is generally demanded from water treatment employees as well as boosting plant efficiency, automated wastewater treatment systems can increase the amount of water that can be treated.

Reduced Need for Chemical Additives

Another attractive advantage of programming and automating controls that gather data in wastewater treatment facilities is that your company has the chance to reduce the usage of chemical additives. From monitoring the depth of the sludge bed to fine-tuning the pH of water holding tanks, greater data availability can help reduce expenses and even prolong the life of critical equipment — like basins, filters and chemical pumps — by slowing down or eliminating corrosion.

Predictive diagnostics and maintenance

Automative predictive maintenance technology allows us to program your plant machines and equipment with sensors that allow you to effectively monitor any issues. Our programmed sensors track critical operational information; like internal pressure, water flow rate and temperature; to alert your operation managers of any damages, wear or impending equipment failure.

Increase Efficiency

Automated wastewater treatment systems are poised to make treatment plants more efficient than ever before. The combination of the remotely accessible equipment and minute-to-minute data visualizations allows for boosted treatment capacity — like remote troubleshooting and maintenance, which will save your plant hours in downtime.

 

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