Yorkshire Water has selected Aquability OPS Ltd as their process partner for a series of AMP7 early investigation workshops. Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the early investigation has now been completed, with Phase 3 starting in January 2017. Nicola Henderson will be the Partner Process Lead at seven 3 day workshops. Each workshop will focus on a wastewater treatment plant, to identify the issues and develop the solution, scope and costing for developing AMP7 budgets.
Kelda Water Services have awarded Aquability a contract to implement some of the modifications recommended in their review of the Nigg WWTP. Aquability will write and commission a new control philosophy for the lamella settling tanks which will provide a more flexible and efficient method of sludge removal to improve performance and optimise sludge dry solids content.
Yorkshire Water have awarded Aquability OPS Ltd a contract to investigate and optimise the operation and performance of the CASS SBR wastewater treatment plant at Selby, North Yorkshire which has a number of operational issues.
Kelda Water Services have awarded Aquability a contract to review the operation of the Nigg WWTP in Aberdeen. Nigg WWTP is one of the four plants that comprise the Aberdeen PFI scheme. Aquability will visit the site and review operational data and provide recommendations for improving and optimising plant operation.
Aquability OPS Ltd and Yorkshire Water are celebrating two successes in Hull – Hull 2017 Triathlon relay team winners and the best ever environmental performance at the Saltend WWTP in Hull. On 30th July, hundreds of people lined the streets in Hull – the UK’s City of Culture 2017, to witness the city’s 2017 Yorkshire Water Triathlon.
On 27 th May, Nicola Henderson – Chair of British Water’s Technical Forum and Director of Aquability OPS Ltd, was guest speaker at Suprafilt’s Open Day. Around 60 key suppliers and clients from as far away as New York attended the Open Day, to celebrate Suprafilts 20 th Anniversary and their recent expansion into larger premises in Rochdale, Lancashire.
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In October 2015, Yorkshire Water announced that we would invest £30m in our waste water treatment works at Saltend to help reduce the risk of odours from the site affecting the local community. At the time of the announcement we set a challenging target to have a number of the key improvements in place in time for this summer.