Winning the contract to upgrade the plant with local partner Goodline in August 2014, SUEZ brought together a team of in-house experts to design and build the upgraded plant.
A key requirement of the upgrade was embedding capability to remove iron and manganese.
To achieve this, SUEZ equipped the plant with technologically advanced, environmentally friendly biological filters, replacing the less effective approach of physical-chemical reaction.
The plant commenced operation in July 2015 with a production capacity of 1.1 million litres daily, and is the first of its kind in Australia.
Together with the innovative filtration system, SUEZ’s focus on safety, quality and the client’s
needs ensured the resulting plant is reliable, robust, and efficient and simple to operate.