The aim of the project was to provide a replacement plant for the treatment of raw river water pumped from the River Axe and discharged into the Cheddar Reservoir.
Assynt WTW is a new water treatment project undertaken by Morrison Enpure Joint Venture on behalf of Scottish Water Solutions. The scheme comprises a new 20.4 Ml/d water treatment works to treat water abstracted from Loch Glass to replace the existing Assynt WTW works near Evanton, Highland.
Northern Ireland Water has helped a local river agency to restore the natural beauty of one of their most respected watercourses by incorporating a series of river improvement measures into the construction of its new Cookstown Wastewater Treatment Works.
Scottish Water’s new Glencorse Water Treatment Works (WTW) is delivering 21st century drinking water to around 450,000 people across Scotland’s modern capital city.
The St Germans Pumping Station near the village of Wiggenhall St Germans in Norfolk drains some 700km2 of Fens land, whilst protecting more than 25,000 properties and extensive areas of high-grade agricultural land to the south-west of Kings Lynn.
Carran Hill Water Treatment Works is situated on the outskirts of Crossmaglen in County Armagh. The works treats water from nearby Lough Ross, which historically has been plagued with algae problems.
Design and construction of the new Reading sewage treatment works is being undertaken by an Alliance consisting of the client Thames Water Utilities Limited, Taylor Woodrow and Black & Veatch.
Greyabbey and Kircubbin are located towards the northern end of Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland. In 2001 Water Service Design Group undertook the task of designing 2 new Waste Water Treatment Works for the area: one on the existing site at Greyabbey and the other at a new site at Monaghan Bank, Kircubbin.