Burton-based Osmoflo continue their growth with their winning expertise to supply wastewater treatment and desalination solutions to the Ulan coal mine in New South Wales.
As reported in AdelaideNow a convoy of 11 trucks are heading to New South Wales as part of the delivery of the $12 million contract won last year to design and construct the wastewater treatment and desalination plant.
All the components designed and manufactured in Burton are being transported to the site for installation and commissioning by May. Transportation is being managed by Beattie Transport at Cavan, is carrying components including racks of reverse osmosis membranes, pumps and piping.
The desalination solution will deliver 21 megalitres per day of water generated through coal production, which will allow 10 megalitres per day of desalinated water to be returned to local streams and rivers.
Osmoflo has 140 staff and is expected grow their turnover by 20% to $100 million this financial year. This growth continues contines their ongoing success with major project such as providing Osmoflo provides off-shore desalination for LNG Project in Timor Sea as part of the Ichthys liquefied natural gas project.
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