GISBORNE RECYCLED WATER PLANT FILTRATION & DISINFECTION SYSTEMS

Gisborne Recycled Water Plant, GISBORNE, Victoria, Australia. 3437

Estimated Value $2 million

Development Filtration & disinfection systems

Main Category Public utilities

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Gisborne Recycled Water Plant (GRWP) comprises Extended Aeration Activated Sludge treatment followed by Maturation Lagoons. Part of the recycled water produced at the GRWP is used by the Gisborne Recycled Water Scheme. The existing Maturation Lagoons are not providing the 25-day retention period required for helminth control. The objective of this Assignment is to design equipment that, when installed, will consistently produce compliant Class B recycled water. The Assignment also includes design of a chlorine disinfection system to maintain water quality in the recycled water scheme network.

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Type FILTRATION & DISINFECTION SYSTEMS
Dev Type New
Status Commenced
Stage CONSTRUCTION
Ownership 3
No. Units 0.000
No. Floors 0.000
Commencement Date 13/03/17
Completion Date 31/01/18
First Reported Date 18/11/15

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