Detailed Design, Construction and Commissioning of new UV Treatment Plants for the inactivation of cryptosporidium at the client’s Eastergate, Westergate and Farlington Water Treatment Works. Award of this contract followed detailed re-engineering of the original concept by our in-house design specialists.
Eastergate & Westergate
On each site, the installation of a UV treatment building to house 2 UV reactors (duty/ standby) with a maximum treatment capacity of 22 Ml/d. The existing borehole pumps are to be replaced with appropriate variable frequency drive pumps. At Westergate the new building will also include a new generator rated at 500 kVA and a bunded diesel tank with sufficient capacity for three days operation.
The installation of 5 UV Reactors (four duty with one common standby) interconnected with thin-walled stainless steel pipework. Booster pumping provided to enable treatment at maximum throughput of 100 Ml/d. The scopes also include:
Significant re-engineering of the original design concept by our in-house process, mechanical and electrical design team has introduced these benefits for our client: