plus our entry in the 2021 UK Projects publication.
plus our entry in the 2021 UK Projects publication.
The picturesque village of Walton is located within the heart of Warwickshire adjacent to the River Dene. The existing privately owned sewage treatment facility located on the bank of the River Dene was life expired and would often flood, resulting in pollution to the river. An application was made to Severn Trent under Section 101a of the Water Industry Act to provide a first-time sewage connection for all 20 properties in Walton village with a population of approximately 70 people. Due to the remote location of the village, a connection onto the existing Severn Trent sewer network, either gravity sewer or a pumped solution, was not deemed feasible. Therefore, the proposal was for the installation of a new rotating biological contactor (RBC) to replace the existing treatment facility.
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Marc Goldby – Head of Home Investment at Bromford commented, “KEE have been an integral partner in Bromford’s wastewater investment programme, consistently providing a first class service as highlighted by the project at Woodmancote, meeting all of our requirements and one both we and our customers can be confident in for years ahead.”
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Flooding and saturated ground cause significant problems for sewage treatment plants and as the UK receives more frequent severe rainfall events, the issue of pollution from sewage treatment plants and septic tanks is an ever increasing threat.
What is the effect of a sewage treatment plant flooding?
The effect of a sewage treatment plant flooding is not limited to contamination. Nearly all sewage treatment plants have some form of motor or compressor which is responsible for driving the treatment process. If these flood, then they will need to be replaced once the flood waters recede.
The most common Septic tank problem that arises due to flooding is that saturated ground cannot absorb any additional water and hence many sites with drainage fields suffer during prolonged periods of rain because the sewage system backs up.
To view Do’s and Don’ts to caring for your sewage treatment plant, click HERE.
Alternatively Contact KEE to discuss service contracts available or arrange a service engineer to repair/service your wastewater treatment system or evaluate potential problems before they happen.
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KEE Services comprises a complete range of options, from simple servicing and repairs through to full service, maintenance and plant operation, including:
KEE wastewater technology provide total solutions for the treatment of wastewater:
Back in November 2017, we wrote a blog advising all our customers of the change in Septic Tank Regulations which come into effect on the 1st January 2020. If you have a Septic Tank at home or at work and it’s discharging into a river, stream or surface water, we recommend that you take action now and review replacing it with a Wastewater Treatment Plant to meet the new EA regulations coming into force on the 1st January 2020.
Discharges from septic tanks directly to surface water will no longer be allowed under the general binding rules.
To help guide you on the new regulations, please read our last blog on the subject here and the click on the link to the current Gov.UK webpage on the subject here
KEE Process & KEE Services specialise in Wastewater Treatment Plants so if the changes in regulations apply to you then please do give us a call on 01296 634500 as soon as possible so we can help guide you through the process and advise you on the best approach to meet your requirements and EA regulations.
This month the RSPB have a shiny new KEE Wastewater Treatment Plant installed. This replacement KEE NuDisc® 20HR model and Twin Pump Station replaces their old G7 BioDisc Unit and Pump Station. The old plant was no longer suitable for their headquarters in Sandy due to the increasing staff numbers based on site and visitors attending the nature reserve.
For more information on KEE’s Wastewater Treatment Plants, or potential existing plant refurbishments or upgrades, please visit our KEE Process website or call us on 01296 634500
After suffering regular mechanical failures, deviations in effluent performance and high operating costs, the community recognised the need to upgrade their aeration plant. The new system would also need to cope with the planned expansion of the development and meet the State Law’s stringent treatment requirements.
The KEE Process Managed Flow® Process was selected because of its ability to continually produce high quality effluent and its low operator costs and maintenance. The system was also ideal for the site’s limited space and environmentally sensitive location.
To provide flexibility two streams were installed. The technology chosen included:
This technology was designed and specified to provide for the current and future expansion of the community.
The KEE Process Managed Flow RBC Model DN-19-S and a KEE Process Final Settlement Tank Model ST9 with automatic pump assisted sludge return system and gravity sand filter with backwash capability installed at the Bristol Harbour private residential golfing community in the Western Finger Lakes of New York State, USA.
“ I had not personally worked with KEE before and I was impressed with their ingenuity and their unwavering commitment to deliver the upgrade at Brinkley on time and to a high standard. It is refreshing to work with a company that do not have a ‘fit and forget mentality’ and have a genuine passion for the service they give their customers. If ever I need some expert advice or another Waste Treatment Plant, I will not hesitate to contact KEE. ” Gavin Pipe Anglian Water.
KEE have been working with Anglian Water for over 30 years and were commissioned to design and install the original B16 Rotating Biological Contactor (RBC) at their Brinkley site back in 1983. Following mechanical failures well past the 30 year manufactured design life of the plant, Anglian Water knew 3 years on, that the site was in need of re-furbishing. Therefore they installed a temporary SAF Treatment Plant to be set up on site to treat the waste whilst they sourced and installed a replacement RBC.
Unfortunately the temporary SAF Plant kept ‘tripping out’ and proved unable to treat the effluent to the correct consent levels so Anglian Water had no option but to have the effluent removed from site manually using tankers.
At this point Gavin Pipe, Project Engineer for Anglian Water at Brinkley contacted KEE to arrange a site survey and quote for a new RBC replacement. Upon arriving on site, KEE noticed that Magnasol was being used to neutralise ammonia from the B16 discharge in order to achieve the required environmental consent levels. It was therefore clear that the old plant was not achieving today’s environmental standards without chemical intervention.
Anglian Water , Brinkley
KEE recommended upgrading the old RBC with KEE’s latest NuDisc® Design Technology. The proposed refurbishment included the following benefits:
Anglian Water, Brinkly
Anglian Water agreed to KEE’s proposal and the new RBC was installed on the 26th of September. The installation took the scheduled 3 days to complete and the Brinkley site is now back in full working order, benefiting from the very latest solutions in mechanical engineering and process technology.
For more information on KEE’s latest compact, self contained NuDisc® RBC, please call KEE Process on: 01296 634500 or visit the KEE Group website.