Major modernization of Castle Hill water treatment plant planned

Sydney Water has been awarded a significant contract to modernize the Citadel Hill water therapy plant in north-west Sydney. The funding goals to make sure a extra environment friendly and built-in sewage system to accommodate development within the area and assist hold the waterways clear.

The location improve contract was awarded to Abergeldie and is a part of the North-West Remedy Hub, a bigger undertaking that can mix the Citadel Hill, Rouse Hill and Riverstone services.

A number of enhancements addressing the environmental influence of the ability on the encompassing space are on the coronary heart of the undertaking, together with decreasing noise and odor ranges on the website. The undertaking consists of the set up of a brand new odor management system, new pumps and pipes within the current bioreactor, upgrades to modify rooms and transformers, a UV disinfection system and the demolition of redundant tools.

Bernard Clancy, Sydney Water Mission Director, mentioned the ability is a crucial piece of infrastructure that can go away a constructive legacy.

“Upgrading the Citadel Hill facility is about constructing a extra sustainable system that not solely continues to offer a dependable wastewater service, but in addition helps scale back our power and carbon footprint by renewable power,” mentioned Clancy.

Abergeldie Government Basic Supervisor Stephen Gasson expressed his pleasure at being part of the undertaking.

“We’re thrilled to ship this necessary improve. Our choice for this undertaking is an instance of our shut working relationship with Sydney Water, our cultural alignment and our shared imaginative and prescient for the sustainable supply of this advanced undertaking,” he mentioned.

Modernization of the Citadel Hill water recycling plant will start in 2023.