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CLEVER DESIGN

While a significant part of what we do at Apex is the design and build of turnkey water/wastewater treatment plants, we do undertake specialist design work in these areas. Recent work completed has been highly varied, including the design and specification of a mixing system for a trade waste sump, the modelling of upgrade options for an existing sewage treatment Read the rest

APEX WATER RESILIENCE PROJECT

Following recent earthquakes around New Zealand, central government is driving a requirement for hospitals to be more self-sufficient following significant events that may disrupt essential services for lengthy periods of time.  This includes water, wastewater and access to essential supplies. 

Having completed a number of site audits, work is progressing well on a water resilience project for the Capital & Read the rest

NEW CONTRACT FOR WWTP UPGRADE

We are pleased to have been awarded a contract by Babbage Consultants to upgrade the wastewater treatment plant at Synlait’s Pokeno site that is currently under construction.  The upgrade will see the conversion of two storage tanks into sequencing batch reactors in order to reduce levels of BOD, suspended solids, nitrogen and phosphorus in the discharge and achieve compliance with Read the rest

THE APEX AUCKLAND OFFICE IS EXPANDING

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

APEX’S INNOVATIVE WASTEWATER SOLUTION

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