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    Mogden Wastewater Treatment Works

    To enhance the capacity of the East Side plant to treat a maximum flow of 500 million liters per day (MLD). Enhancing the capacity of the East Side plant to hydraulically accommodate a maximum flow of 570 million liters per day. To enhance the capacity of the West Side plant to treat and hydraulically accommodate a […]

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    Monkmoor Sewage Treatment Works

    The scheme replaced the biological treatment process with an activated sludge plant with a new sludge thickening system, storm tank auto washing facility and reinforced incoming power supply. The scheme included asset renewal to the existing works to increase the reliability of the plant. Following successful commissioning of the new plant the twelve existing biological […]

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    North Coast Wastewater Treatment Scheme

    The North Coast Wastewater Treatment Scheme is the most complex European Union (EU) Urban Wastewater Treatment and EU Bathing Water Directive compliance scheme ever undertaken in Northern Ireland. At a cost of £45 million, it forms one of Water Service’s largest ever single capital investment projects. The extensive scheme completely rationalized the existing sewerage systems […]

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    Oswestry

    Improvement works to an existing 200MLD water treatment plant serving Liverpool from Lake Vyrnwy. The works improve water quality by the removal of Total Organic Carbons (TOC), these being the precursor for THMs, a suspected cause of carcinogens. The construction comprised new dosing mixing, RGFs and wash water system for the entire 210 MLD flow […]

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    SBAP Sludge Strategy Davyhulme

    MWH, now part of Stantec, supported United Utilities in developing the Sludge Balanced Asset Programme at Davyhulme Wastewater Treatment Works in Manchester, UK. This innovative solution produces a sustainable, low carbon process that increases United Utilities’ options for biosolids disposal routes, while maximizing energy recovery from biosolids and minimizing project carbon footprint. It is one […]

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    Sewer Crossing Rail Program - Bishop’s Stortford Rail Station

    Clients: Thames Water Background: MWH was engaged by Thames water to undertake a program of works for 17 rail crossing projects on the public sewer network. MWH were engaged to provided outline and detailed design, third party liaison and construction support. Projects such as the Bishop’s Stortford Rail Station were undertaken with the project aim […]

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    Tobermory

    C&T system with inlet works and facultative lagoons. The Tobermory scheme was to provide new treatment facilities to comply with the UWWTD, and to meet the SEPA guideline standard for discharges. The process identified was to install facultative lagoons at Tobermory on the Isle of Bowmore and the Isle of Islay thus providing an Islands Sludge […]

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    Wanlip Sewage Treatment Works

    Wanlip STW is a 900,000 PE works serving Leicester. Under AMP4 Severn Trent are making significant Investments in the improvement of Wanlip Sewage Treatment Works. The planned work is phased over several stages between 2005 and 2010. Starting with a Capital Maintenance Works Severn Trent plan to improve and expanded the Wanlip site.

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    Watchgate

    Improvement works to an existing water treatment works located at Kendal in the Lake District to protect against cryptosporidium and provide sludge treatment facilities. The 620 MLD works is United Utilities largest plant supplying 35% of customers (1.5m population).