South Waste Water Treatment Plant
Environmental Protection License No: 5067
The South Waste Water Treatment Plant was constructed in the early 1960’s. It is a Trickling Filter Plant, comprising of the following processes:
- manually raked inlet screens
- grit removal
- primary sedimentation
- trickling filtration
- secondary sedimentation
- anaerobic digestion (open untreated tanks).
The Plant treats approximately 1.0 ML per day.
|Catchment||Equivalent Population||Average Dry Weather Flow (ML/Day) (240 L/capital/day)||Peak Dry Weather Flow (ML/day) (480 L/capital/day)||Wet Weather Flow (3.6 x PDWF)|
The following links provide details of monitoring data for South WWTP. Results shall be updated quarterly, in accordance with the Environmental Protection Licence conditions of the facility.
EPL monitoring data correction log