Thames Water orders Huber Technology’s Ro Disc Filter

Posted: Tuesday 19th February 2013

Huber Technology has been awarded a contract to supply the Rodisc filter to Thames Water.

The project is part of a Thames Water Amp 5 scheme to improve tertiary treatment at Aylesbury STW.

The project is to allow for population growth, part of which is to increase the tertiary treatment capacity.

Following successful award onto Thames Water framework for the supply of this equipment in October 2011, we were then approached by Black & Veatch to provide the equipment.

Additional capacity has been added to ensure that the increased flows can be treated and 3 x Huber Rodisc BG22 were selected for the duty.

The project was ordered following detailed discussions in May 2012 and has now been delivered to site in October 2012. The plant is due for commissioning and operation in early 2013.

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