To reduce the number of overflows and environmental incidents at two Hallet Cove Wastewater Pump Stations, ATSYS successfully delivered all electrical and controls design & construct works for the Hallet Cove Wastewater Network Upgrade project.
ATSYS was contracted to complete the electrical and controls design and completion (D&C) for the Hallett Cove Wastewater Network Upgrade. The project scope was to reduce the number of wastewater overflows with limits on inflow detention and hourly pump starts.
This project was divided into two sections, the Reliance Road Wastewater Pump station and the Capella Drive Wastewater Pump station which both required upgrades.
The ATSYS team delivered a new main Switchboard and metering panels to both stations which included new control panels, PLC equipment, HMI, variable speed drives for all pumps, and upgrade of SCADA graphics and tags. Due to the importance of the site, ATSYS also established a secondary mode of communication to SCADA. ATSYS installed new area, general and emergency lighting as required for the operation and maintenance of the site.
The successfully delivery of the Hallett Cove Wastewater Network Upgrade within the proposed timeline aided SA Water in reducing the number of wastewater overflows and the elimination of potential environmental incidents occurring at two Wastewater Pump stations.
The purpose of the NAIS project was to expand the beneficial use of recycled water through the augmentation of the Bolivar Wastewater Treatment Plant.
It involved the development of a new advanced water recycling plant, distribution network and winter water storage aquifer for horticultural irrigation in the Northern Adelaide Plains.
To support the increased demand of water to the township of Penneshaw, ATSYS was contracted to complete the electrical and controls design and construct for the Penneshaw WTP Electrical and Controls Upgrade Project.
To improve the process efficiency of maintaining water levels at eleven different sites across South Australia, ATSYS was contracted for the PLC and SCADA control system works, of the Happy Valley Filtered Water Pump Station (FWPS) project. This process efficiency was improved by replacing legacy communication equipment, upgrading PLCs, installing new PLCs, and installing new HMIs at Happy Valley FWPS Site.
To improve the efficiency of grit and screenings removal and target treating projected peak inflow rates, ATSYS was contracted to complete the detailed design, construction, installation, and commissioning of the low voltage electrical and control systems for the Aldinga Wastewater Treatment Plant Inlet Works Project.
To improve trade waste processing and remove the need to redirect to other wastewater treatment plants, the Port Adelaide Relift Trade Waste Receival Station (PARPS) Project was initiated. ATSYS was contracted to design and construct new electrical and control systems for the PARPS VSD and Trade Waste Receival Station Upgrade.