The sequencing batch reactor (SBR) wastewater treatment plant at Open Country Dairy’s new facility in Horotiu was successfully commissioned in December, with treatment performance exceeding design targets. Designed primarily for nitrogen removal, but also including chemical dosing for phosphorus removal, the system is designed to treat wastewater from the new factory before being combined with abattoir wastewater and discharged to … Read the rest
We warmly welcomed two new appointments in March to the Apex Auckland office. Keeping Ben company in Stonedon Drive, East Tamaki is Kennedy Boakye, our Senior Project Manager, who will be based in Auckland and Nathan Ton, our Design Engineer for Wastewater. Nathan will stay in Auckland to see out the Clarks Beach project, before moving South to our Timaru … Read the rest
In 2017 Apex Environmental won the contract to build a DAF treatment system for the effluent coming from the new Mozzarella plant at Fonterra Clandeboye. Apex were in charge of the design, mechanical, electrical and automation packages. Construction on site has been completed with the system up and running.
Performance tests are currently running with takeover expected soon. The new … Read the rest
Proteus for instant measurement & reporting of coliforms
The Proteus range of multi parameter sensors represents a step change in real-time monitoring of water quality. The state of the art monitoring platform incorporates the latest technology to provide accurate, reliable and maintenance free monitoring of total coliforms, Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC).
Potable Water Compliance
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A need to temporarily boost capacity at the Warkworth Wastewater Treatment Plant has inspired a unique engineering solution, which promises benefits beyond Warkworth. Rather than build permanent structures to the existing treatment plant, Watercare commissioned Apex Environmental to design & build two portable treatment plants housed in 40-foot shipping containers. Pictured is Matt Savage inspecting the walkways.
A need to … Read the rest