Adaptable sewage technology ensures cost-effective solutions for university
An Australian university recently worked with Aerofloat to create a wastewater treatment design that was sensitive to the historical significance of its site.
The plant predominantly managed sewage from the regional campus, but also from nearby research facilities and restaurants.
General Manager, Michael Anderson, said that Aerofloat’s unique solution was designed to meet the needs of the remote site, including the area’s high rainfall.
“Due to fluctuations in population relative to semester dates, as well as variable high rainfall periods, allowances for changes in peak flows needed to be accommodated in the design,” said Anderson.
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