Conventional STP

Conventional STP

The Conventional Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) process can be classified into two main categories:

Continuous

In the Continuous treatment process, plant flow will pass through a series of separate process units including pre-settling, aeration and sedimentation.

Our recent Continuous STP projects include:

 

Intermittent

The Intermittent treatment process involves aeration, sedimentation and decanting of the effluent which is all carried out in a single tank.

Our recent Intermittent STP projects include:

Conventional STP Solutions

South West Rocks STP

Conventional STP

South West Rocks STP

   Client: Kempsey Shire Council Location: South West Rocks, NSW Solultion: Supplement and replace the Biological Nutrient Reduction process of the three existing Passveer channels with a dual tank Sequential Batch Reactor Process Product: Diffusers Rotary Trough Decanters Submersible Mixers PLC... Read more

Rokeby WWTP

Conventional STP

Rokeby WWTP

   Client: Clarence Valley Council Location: Rokeby, TAS Solutions: Water quality improvement and increased capacity to cater for extra sewage flows Benefits: Reduction in discharge to the Derwent River by recycling treated effluent Completion Date: January, 1999 Contact: Paul Kwong - Aquatec... Read more

Brendale STP

Conventional STP

Brendale STP

Client: Unitywater Location: Brendale, QLD Value: $1.3 million Problems: An existing operational site that could not be interrupted (for long) and with limited space given the proximity of the plant boundary. The site relied on daily hire... Read more

Woolgoolga WRP

Conventional STP

Woolgoolga WRP

     Client: Coffs Harbour Alliance Location: Coffs Harbour, NSW Service: Sewage treatment Solutions: Water quality improvement and increased capacity to cater for extra sewage flows Product: Inlet Works SBR Tanks Disinfection Filtration Contact: Karl Naumann - Aquatec Maxcon Aquatec Maxcon began the major upgrade of the... Read more

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