Sewage Treatment Plant
Aquasol Sewage Waste Water Recycling Plant is a complete wastewater recycling and reuse system typically designed and installed to treat wastewater from housing developments, resorts, lifestyle villages, caravan parks, nursing homes, mine site camps and most other developments that require on-site sewage treatment.
The process incorporates Anaerobic and Aerobic Treatment along with Return Activated Sludge to facilitate biological wastewater treatment to effluent standards for Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Suspended Solids Ammonia and Total Nitrogen.
The plant incorporates an Anaerobic Tank, Biological Aeration Tank, Clarifier Tank, Polishing Tank, Media Filtration and an Irrigation Storage Tank.
Water in the end storage Irrigation Tank has been membrane filtered and disinfected, meeting required water quality for irrigation or dust suppression around the site. The treatment plant can be placed above or below ground.
Aquasol can also assist you in the approval process though Local Shire, Department of Health and/or Department of Environment and Conservation.
References of AQUASOL Water Treatment Applications:
- Lancelin South Development Waste Water Treatment System, WA, 2013
Waste Water Services for up to 2,900 people, an equivalent of 350m3/day of sewage. Currently in approval process.
- WA Sewage, Hazelmere, WA, 2013
Waste Water Services for up 600 people, an equivalent of 110m3/day of sewage. Currently in approval process.
- Parry House, Lesmurdie, Western Australia, 2012.
Waste Water Services for up to a maximum of 50 residents (equivalent to 9m3/day of sewage). The waste water treatment process for this system was approved by DoH. Treated waste water is currently used for irrigation purposes on green.
- Westonia, Western Australia, 2011
Aquasol was engaged to design, construct, install, commission and maintain a Waste Water Treatment Plant to service a maximum of 300 people (equivalent to 50m3 a day of sewage).
- National Lifestyle Villages, Western Australia, 2009.
Aquasol was engaged by Moama Lifestyle Villages to design, construct, install, commission and maintain a Waste Water Treatment Plant. Currently servicing 100 units, approximately 160 people, will eventually provide service for up to 400 unit (640 people) with a final volume to treat of approximately 115m3/d. http://www.nlv.com.au/
- Bencubbin, Primary School, Western Australia, 2007.
Aquasol was engaged by Bencubbin Primary School to design, construct, install, commission and maintain a Waste Water Treatment Plant to service 45 people (equivalent of 8m3 /day of raw sewage).
- Amberley Estate, Busselton WA, 2006
Aquasol was engaged by Amberley Estate Winery and Vineyard company to design, construct, install, commission and maintain a Waste Water Treatment Plant to treat 40m3 a day, equivalent of 220 people which includes a major restaurant discharge and sewage generated by daily tourist visitors to the restaurant, and production facility.