Infinite Water designed and installed a plant treating 400,000 litres a day of groundwater from a construction site for safe discharge into the swan river.
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Prior to the construction of the Steve's Hotel in Nedlands, Western Australia, Multiplex turned to Infinite Water to treat and de-water the construction site. The water to be treated was a combination of groundwater and accumulated rain water.
Testing showed that the ground water was high in heavy metals, including iron (> 50 mg/L) and aluminium (> 26 mg/L).
Infinite Water supplied, installed and commissioned a filtration unit for the Multiplex development site.
The filtration unit successfully removed all contaminants in accordance with the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines. Under the supervision of the Swan River Trust – a state government agency, Infinite Water discharged the treated water into the nearby Swan river. The total plant capacity was 400,000 litres a day.