ITT Water & Wastewater awarded major contracts with South East Water

Posted: Wednesday 12th November 2008

ITT Water & Wastewater, the leading supplier of water and wastewater treatment solutions, has been awarded two major contracts by South East Water.

The contracts are for the replacement of the ozone treatment systems and ancillary plants at Bray and Bewl Bridge Water Treatment Works.

Bray Water Treatment Works in Berkshire supplies a large part of the western region of South East Water’s supply area. Currently, the treatment works runs at a capacity of 45 Ml/d and treatment consists of pre-ozonation, flash mixing, flocculation/clarification, rapid gravity sand filtration and then, via an intermediate pumping tank to inter-ozonation, granular activated carbon (GAC) filtration and finally to a contact tank. Following this treatment process, high lift pumpsets move the treated water into the supply.

Bewl Bridge Water Treatment Works in Kent is a key strategic resource in the Weald water supply zone. The works currently run at a capacity of 23Ml/d and the treatment processes consist of both ozone and GAC filtration used in conjunction with hydrogen peroxide to remove pesticides, algal toxins and manage taste and odour issues.

South East Water opened a bid process for the replacement of the ozone treatment systems and ancillary plants on both sites.

Following several competitive bidding procedures and demonstrations of its ability to take on the important role of Principal Contractor, ITT Water & Wastewater was awarded these contracts to undertake the work. The contracts are for the design, manufacture, installation and commission of complete ozone systems, including programmable logic controllers (PLC) process control and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) implementation.

Tony Swierk, UK Sales Manager (Ozone) for ITT Water & Wastewater comments on the contracts: “We are delighted to have been awarded these major contracts with South East Water. Wedeco, one of the product brands within ITT Water & Wastewater, is a leader in ozone treatment technology and it is great to see this product providing the backbone for the work required at these vital water treatment works.”

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