Project Details:

Tempo WwTW

Enisca Ltd was engaged by NI Water to carry out the design, construction, testing and commissioning of the permanent and temporary works for the refurbishment of the existing Tempo WwTW to accommodate population growth and comply with current and anticipated future NIEA discharge consent standards.

Works comprise detailed design, supply and delivery to site, offloading, construction, installation, and commissioning of the following:

  • 65 m3 Southern Inlet pumping station
  • 2D 6 mm inlet screen suitable for 50 l/sec
  • Grit Plant
  • Wash waster and final effluent pumping
  • Aeration System
  • Final settlement tank half bridge scraper
  • Sludge holding tanks submersible mixers
  • Intelligent MCC and all associated/interconnecting cabling
  • All Instrumentation, automation and control systems to provide fully functional system.
  • Building Services
  • Telemetry equipment and remote monitoring system.

Enisca put in place a temporary SAF treatment plant during construction and provided an operation and maintenance team to maintain compliance.

John Griffin, Senior Project Manager at NI Water commented:

“The work at Tempo Wastewater Treatment Works is good news for customers in the Tempo area, as this investment enables NI Water to replace the ageing mechanical process equipment, which has reached the end of its service life, with a more energy efficient treatment process. The enhanced facility will increase the capacity for wastewater treatment while meeting all wastewater quality requirements, as well as bringing many environmental benefits, not least improving the water quality in the local rivers and tributaries which flow into Lough Erne."

Project Details

  • Client:
    Northern Ireland Water
  • Scope:
    Design & Construct
  • Capacity Of Plant
    1260 PE (1090m3/day)
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