MAK Water operates a hire fleet of Wastewater Treatment Plants (low and medium risk) built to be versatile in a number of different applications from 10 m3/day to 200 m3/day of standard domestic strength waste water. Commonly plants are set up to treat waste water from accommodation camps/remote communities, tourist resorts and hotels, but can be used in a number of different applications including industrial water re-use.
To enable quick and simple site installation plants are installed in sea containers (containerized). Battery limits of the containers are:
- Effluent inlet nozzle
- Power (unless power us supplied by a MAK Water generator included as part of a turn-key system)
- Treated waste discharge nozzle
- Sludge pump out connection
MAK Water offers hire of wastewater treatment plants with fully turn-key systems including generators, tanks and irrigation/distribution pump sets, which are fully maintained by MAK Water’s service team when installed on site.
Typically hire water and wastewater treatment plants are supplied for short term usage (up to 18 months) or where capital constraints apply. Longer terms can be accommodated through a Build Own Operate (“BOO”) or Build Own Operate and Transfer (“BOOT”) model.
Generally MAK Water can supply a hire waste water treatment plant within 2 weeks from receipt of firm commitment, depending on availability at the time of order:
Below is a list of hire waste water treatment plants held in stock:
|Effluent Treatment capacity m3/day||Equivalent People (EP)||Feed Water Biological Oxygen Demand (mg/l)||Feed Water Total Nitrogen (mg/l)||Containers Low Risk Treatment||Additional containers for Medium risk Treatment|
|15||45||150~500||< 50||1 x 20′||1 x 20′|
|35||100||150~500||< 50||1 x 40′||1 x 20′|
|50||150||150~500||< 50||1 x 40′||1 x 20′|
|75||220||150~500||< 50||2 x 40′||1 x 20′|
|100||300||150~500||< 50||2 x 40′||1 x 20′|
|150||450||150~500||< 50||3 x 40′||1 x 20′|
|200||600||150~500||< 50||4 x 40′||1 x 40′|
*Where additional water treatment capacity is required units can be added on a modular basis