Aerofloat was engaged to upgrade the sewage treatment plant to treat domestic sewage from the central western New South Wales gold mine site.
“It was great to have the installation and commissioning period completed within the agreed timeframe, allowing minimal disruptions to our operations at Tomingley.”
Brian Pendergast, Tomingley Gold Operations
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Located approximately 50 kilometres south-west of Dubbo in central western New South Wales, Tomingley Gold Mine is a key site for well-known mining company, Alkane. Operated by Tomingley Gold Operations, the site has been in operation since early 2014.
The company upholds sensitive design processes to minimise environmental impact, including a small physical footprint, water recycling and conscientious waste residue treatment and storage.
The existing sewage treatment plant at the site required an overhaul to meet an expected population growth of up to fifty percent to 180 staff. Aerofloat was contracted to design and install a new sewage treatment system to treat the wastewater from the shower blocks plus general sewage treatment from the toilets.
Given the regional location of the site, Tomingley Gold Operations also wanted the system to be low maintenance and offer remote monitoring capabilities.