Berry Hill, Sludge Treatment Centre
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Wessex Water has a regulatory output to generate more renewable electricity. To achieve this output three existing gas digesters were upgraded and a fourth digester installed. Berry Hill STC is a sludge treatment centre receiving both indigenous and imported sludges. Indigenous co-settled sludge is pumped to the site from Holdenhurst Sewage Treatment Works (STW), while imports are received via road tanker.
The site screen and thicken the indigenous sludge before it is blended with the imported sludge and digested. Digested sludge is dewatered to a cake and disposed to land.
All works were designed, programmed and constructed so as to ensure the works remained fully operational and able to continue to receive all imports and indigenous sludges.
The original project scope was to carry out the detailed design and construction of;
Existing redundant civil assets were refurbished and or reused where possible to allow offline construction and provide TOTEX benefits. Other benefits included;
We believe that by being flexible to our clients’ needs, and by close liaison at the onset of a project, we will be able to plan, design and deliver a service that is flexible and designed to focus on any additional needs, such as providing on call service, night shifts, dedicated service numbers, and provide resource availability.
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