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Upgrading the Sorek sewage works

Purpose

Upgrading the Sorek sewage works (Jerusalem West) to work at a flow rate of 110,000 m3 per day

The challenge

Significant expansion without stopping the operation of the existing facility, in a small area that is bordered by the narrow Sorek Stream.

Our part in the project management

  • Detailed planning for upgrading and expansion of the biological process at the sewage works for large-scale biological removal of phosphorous and nitrogen inside existing structures
  • General and detailed planning for a UF-based tertiary filtration system
  • Planning the upgrading of the sludge treatment and biogas extraction system
  • General and detailed planning of the ballast water treatment system
  • Planning of a regulating pool
  • Planning management with a large Israeli consultant team combined with international experts

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Building the Afula sewage works

Building a new Afula sewage works near Afula, to replace existing facilities in the region, and providing a solution for treating wastewater

Integrated environmental regulation – the Ministry of Environmental Protection

Advising the Ministry of Environmental Protection regarding regulation of plants that require emission permits under the Clean Air Law and under integrated regulation

Expansion of the Shoket sewage works

Expansion of the Shoket sewage works to give a flow rate of 30,000 m3 per day at tertiary quality


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