June 10, 2021
CRS Water is honoured to announce that we have been awarded the contract to design and construct a containerised Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant to help provide drinking water to residents in Clifton, QLD.
Due to prolonged dry weather, the town of Clifton currently has water trucked in daily by the local Toowoomba Regional Council. This custom-engineered solution features a media filtration pre-treatment system as well as a compact RO plant and chlorination system which has been designed to produce 500kL/day of high-quality potable water in line with Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG), providing a must needed water supply to the local community.
The Clifton WTP is an example of the way CRS combines over 25 years of industrial expertise with innovation to provide end-to-end water solutions with world leading technologies to Australian customers.
CRS has completed the commissioning of the 500kL/day Mobile Reverse Osmosis Unit on September 18, 2020. The finished plant has been dispatched to the Client in Western Australia as a contingency unit for plant emergencies.
A containerised 500kL/day RO unit is currently under construction. The plant features cartridge filtration and 3-stage reverse osmosis. It has been designed as an emergency unit that can be mobilised to various sites across Western Australia depdending on the site requirements.
Following the completion of the M4-M5 Ground Water Treamtnet Plants, CRS was engaged again to provide three GAC/IX treatment modules as ancillaries to the existing plants.