Waste Water Treatment - Industrial and Domestic

Waste Water Treatment - Industrial and Domestic from BCIP Brian Clulow Industrial Pumping

By: BCIP Brian Clulow Industrial Pumping  06-Jan-2011
Keywords: Water Treatment, Waste Water Treatment, Sewage Pumps

Historically, many Western Australian waste water plants have only treated for discharge and evaporation into the environment. BHP Billiton as one of Western Australia’s big water users, realise the environmental impact and value of recycling have a target of 10% potable water saving documented into their environmental policy and Sustainable Growth Strategies.

The new Administration and Iron Ore Cart Maintenance Facility at Port Hedland’s “Finucane Island” is part of BHP Billiton’s Western Australian Rapid Growth Project (RGP4). The Building is designed to receive 6-star Greenstar accreditation and to help achieve this, the custom design recycling system is used to treat waste water and recycle safe reusable water back into the building for toilet flushing and unrestricted irrigation. It is the first Class A waste water recycling plant approved by the Department of Health in Western Australia.

To realise this vision, BHP Billiton Iron Ore, through the construction company DECMIL Australia, engaged Cullys Renewed Water Solutions to design and construct its unique waste water recycling infrastructure at the newly built Finucane Island complex.

The remote and harsh environment at the project site demanded stringent adherence to BHP’s high standards for construction. Cyclonic winds, extremes of temperature, high UV and salinity, and frequent power outages resulted in reengineering their standards containerised plant design to cope under the most challenging of conditions. The plant has been engineered to withstand 320km/hr cyclonic winds, incorporating special footings, pumps, and backup power supply.

With a regular workforce of about 75 people and shut down periods with up to 150 staff, the design capacity of the plant is 10kL/day. The CRWS system incorporates state of the art MBR technology and triple barrier disinfection to achieve the high treatment standard required by the Department of Health for Reuse back into the building. The System was designed, constructed, delivered and commissioned in the record time of only 12 weeks. The plant consists of a series of in ground tanks and a fully air conditioned containerised central control centre.

For more information call Jason Myers on 0413 767 472

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