S:Max the chosen sludge screening solution for E5

Posted: Thursday 11th July 2013

CDEnviro has launched its programme to supply Severn Trent Water with eight sludge screens as part of the E5 alliance joint venture.

In accordance with the AMP5 framework agreement, Severn Trent Water awarded the contract to upgrade eight major waste water treatment works to four contractors, MWH Treatment Ltd, Costain Ltd, Mott McDonald Bentley and NMC Nomenca Ltd, which have formed the E5 joint venture, working with Severn Trent Water.

The E5 alliance awarded CDEnviro the contract to design, supply and commission eight S:Max sludge screens across three Severn Trent Water sites; Wanlip, Rushmoor and Worksop. The S:Max was chosen after a rigorous selection process..

Prior to the E5 alliance project the S:Max had been installed at a number of other Severn Trent Water and UK water utility sites where it has proven its ability as a robust, reliable screening operation which eliminates blockages. The S:Max effectively removes screenings and rag from raw sludge, can accept discharge directly from tankers and offers a unique back wash system designed to ensure screens do not block with material.

The R&D team at CDEnviro have made a number of developments to the S:Max SRU:10 and SRU:15 models for the E5 project.

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