Last week WES welcomed SWECO and Laing O’Rourke to undertake Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) of 2 off Ferric Chloride dosing installations each capable of dosing 6 streams at a rate of 60l/hr. These two installations are destined for the Beckton and Crossness Thermal Hydrolosis Plants (THP).
The THP Plants are utilised within Thames Waters Advanced Digestion (AD) sites which serve a population in excess of 5M between them representing the sixth largest thermal hydrolysis plant in the world and the largest in Europe. The plants have an installed capacity in excess of 80,000 tonnes of dry solids per year between them.
Pictured: Wayne Daysh – WES Electrical Project Engineer, Jason Adams – Senior Mechanical Engineer – Laing O’Rourke and Chris Bird – Mechanical Assurance Engineer at Sweco.