Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)
Goldfields, Western Australia
When a well-established Nickel Mining company, operating in the Southern Goldfields of Western Australia (WA), required a new accommodation camp, they contacted MAK Water to discuss wastewater treatment options.
Due to a shortage of available fresh water, the client required a turnkey solution, including a Sewage Treatment Plant capable of producing water that could be reused in their process. This reduced the site’s water costs and reduced the impact on the environment
MAK Water provided a Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Sewage Treatment Plant which produces treated effluent complying with Class A+ and category level “High” as detailed in the Guidelines for Use of Recycled Water in WA (June 2011).
- Design and construction of the Membrane Bioreactor Sewage Treatment Plant
- Assistance with obtaining Department of Health approval
- Installation and commissioning
- Ongoing service and maintenance
- Ease of on site installation
- Modular and transportable for relocation if required
- Protection from harsh conditions
RESULTS AND BENEFITS
- Robust design to ensure compliance with high quality effluent required for reuse.
- Treated effluent can be reused/recycled in a number of industrial applications.
- No environmental impact.
- Small footprint as a dedicated spray field is not required.