Wyong Shire Council has issued a tender for the screen for the Gwandalan Sewerage Treatment Works.

The Gwandalan Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) was built in the late 1980’s without inlet screen. The treatment plant consists one head of works and distribution chamber, two intermittently decanting aeration (IDEA) tank, two sludge lagoons, a dry weather pond and a wet weather pond. The works predominantly treats domestic waste from Gwandalan and Summerland Point and was designed for a maximum flow rate of 233L/sec.

The proposed works under this contract is to upgrade the current STP process to include screen removal facility with a capacity of 233L/sec.

The work under this contract comprise the provision of all things necessary for the development of concept design and documentation, preparation of detailed designs and documentation, the supply and installation of all equipments to install Screw Screen Compactor at the existing inlet facilities at Gwandalan STP as per Scope of Work/Specifications.

The works have an estimated value of between  $200,000 to $225,000

A mandatory pre-tender meeting will be held at Gwandalan Sewerage Treatment Plant commencing at 11 am on Thursday 5th Sep 2013.

The tender closes on 26 September 2013 at 2:00pm

For more information, contact Deepak Bhargava on (02) 4350 5753 or at [email protected]

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