Australia’s largest urban development in Sydney, which has had over 170 years of contamination and is now being cleaned up.
The customer is treating the contaminated water and extracting the hazardous chemicals from the water prior to discharging the clean water back to the environment.
This is a construction site, and all runoff water has to be treated and cleaned of any chemical contamination and other impurities such as silt prior to the water being discharged to the environment.
The client brief explained that they needed tanks to form an integral part of the water treatment facility as they are used to store contaminated water pre-treatment.
The tanks form an integral part of the treatment process with custom designed equipment integrated inside the tanks, through to the holding of the clean water prior to discharge back into the environment.
They required tanks to store and process contaminated ground water generated from the decommissioned gas works site and stormwater runoff from the current construction site.
70 tanks range in size from 1,500L through to 46,400L.
The SG rating on these tanks vary from 1.2 to 2.0 depending on which part of the operation and process they are installed in.
Bushmans was able to work closely with the customer to design each tank to ensure each tank fitted into the overall water treatment system design. This included integrating the water treatment equipment into the tank structure.
Bushmans had the capability and experience to design and build tanks and fittings that met the customer requirements.
Bushmans provided detailed documentation and drawings to ensure the tanks were built to the required specifications. The customer was then able to incorporate the drawings into the overall plant design.