The construction of a new processing facility for Macadamias Australia meant increased wastewater flows. The company therefore required a new wastewater treatment system to meet the business growth.
Aerofloat installed its AeroDAF 100 unit and a 25,000 litre balance tank to meet the increased flow at the site and to ensure compliant wastewater for Macadamias Australia.
The AeroDAF unit was built in a 20 foot HQ container, minimising installation time and costs, and was readily shipped to the site at the client’s request.
Aerofloat was engaged by Macadamias Australia to create a wastewater treatment plant that would meet the company’s increased production. Watch the video to see how Aerofloat’s team designed and built a Dissolved Air Flotation (AeroDAF) system for the macadamia processing facility. The system was custom built inside a 20 foot HQ shipping container, which minimised site installation time and costs, and provided a neat solution for the client.
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Located in Bundaberg, Queensland, Macadamias Australia needed to meet its production growth and subsequent increased wastewater flows by updating its existing wastewater treatment plant.
The existing system managed wastewater flows from the cleaning of nuts and vegetables at the plant but was insufficient to meet the changes in production growth. The changes also included a diversification in the food types being produced at the site.
The existing wastewater treatment system was designed to pump effluent into a lagoon where bacteria would complete the treatment process. The increased flows at the site meant that the lagoon would not be sufficient to meet the increased wastewater; Aerofloat was brought on to upgrade the site to ensure it met council standards.