advanced sewage treatment

advanced sewage treatment

[əd¦vanst ′sü·ij ‚trēt·mənt]
(civil engineering)
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Works include the construction of a terminal pump station and the construction of the new Doha South advanced sewage treatment works with an initial capacity of 500,000 cubic metres per day to serve the long term needs of Doha and south of Qatar with growing population and eliminating over 35 existing
Project scope The project will be divided into three main areas of Qatar:* The project comprises a conveyance system consisting of 40 km of deep main trunk sewer and over 70 km of lateral interceptor sewers;* One large and approximately 60 m deep terminal pump station; and * New Doha South advanced sewage treatment works with an initial capacity of 500 million litres per day and more than 70 km of treated sewage effluent return mains and pump station.
The project's highlights include a more than 70km long treated sewage effluent return mains, a deep terminal pump station of approximately 60m, advanced sewage treatment works with an initial capacity of 500mn liters per day, a conveyance system consisting of over 30km of deep main trunk sewerage and 70km of lateral interceptor sewers.
Addressing the unprecedented demand for a more comprehensive sewerage network, Ashghal has partnered with global propject management firm CH2M Hil to develop IDRIS as a major deep tunnel sewer network, and an advanced sewage treatment works that will return to Doha treated water suitable for irrigation.
The plan, which was submitted to EPA as part of an application for a waiver from advanced sewage treatment requirements, lays out the city's goals for wastewater treatment and water recycling.
The new factory is therefore, amongst other things, equipped with an advanced sewage treatment system.
With the terminal pump station located 60 meters deep, New Doha South advanced sewage treatment system would have an initial capacity of 500 million litres per day and a conveyance system consisting of more than 30 kilometres of deep 70 km of lateral interceptor sewers.
Atlas Copco also requires environmental certification in compliance with ISO14000 and the new factory is therefore, amongst other things, equipped with an advanced sewage treatment system.
Incorporating solar panels and fuel cells to augment the shore supplied electric power and utilizing desalination plants for water supply and advanced sewage treatment systems all contributing to zero pollution into the sea and zero emission into the atmosphere.
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