Slade Heath Pumping Station Construction

Client:Forkers
Discharge Point:Surface Watercourse
Flow Rate:80m³/hr

Background

During construction works to build new pipes and a pumping station to connect over 70 homes in Slade Heath, Forkers required a suitable solution to treat slow settling clay particles in water.

 

The Overall Objective

To ensure the slow settling material could settle from suspension, chemical treatment was required before safe discharge to the local surface watercourse.

 

Solution

Siltbuster proposed a two stage chemical treatment system capable of achieving flow rates of up to 80m³/hr and consisted of two HB50 units and 6” Pipe Flocculator to provide chemical mixing.

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