April 19, 2020
The commissioning of M4-M5 Ground Water Treatment Plants has finished – the plants began treating ground water and stormwater since December, 2019.
Following the successful construction and operation of a temporary plant for the WestConnex M4 East, CRS was awarded the contract to construct three temporary WTP in May, 2019 for the M4-M5 Link Tunnels. The water treatment plant has the capacity to treat 2.5 million litres of water a day from sources of stormwater, groundwater ingress and tunnel wash down water.
Treatment processes featured in the plant include: Coagulant Dosing, pH correction, Clarification, Media Filtration and Sludge Dewatering via a Filter Press. After treatment the water is released into local waterways.
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.
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.