PROXA protects the environment with specialist wastewater treatment and continuous discharge monitoring
The wastewater treatment section of the Dedisa Peaking Power Plant – owned by IPR-GDF Suez, Legend Power Solutions (LPS), Mitsui and the Peakers Trust – consists of a sewage treatment system, wastewater reticulation and oily water separation system. FATA commissioned PROXA to develop a solution that would treat all run-off and wash down water from the plant to remove excess oil prior to discharge into the environment.
PROXA designed, built and commissioned premanufactured skids to ensure reduced installation time on site and seamless integration with the client’s civil, electrical and other mechanical works.
HOW PROXA ADDED VALUE
PROXA ensured that the treatment of the water was chemical-free, which in turn significantly reduced operating costs. PROXA also employed locals, thereby contributing to the development of resident enterprises
Oily plant washing water and run-off.
Water compliant to discharge standards.
- Product quality < 2.5 mg/l soaps/oils and grease
- Availability 90%
- Wastewater treatment system that consists of various collection basins to pump to oil separator.
- Oil separator system based on API including lamella separator to treat different oily effluent streams from the peaking power plant.
- Sanitary/sewage treatment system to treat the sewage effluent from the peaking power plant.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION & SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT
PROXA worked together with key agents to ensure that all discharged water is fully compliant with environmental regulatory standards. PROXA also actively supported the plant owner in their local procurement capability by maximising local skills development.
Client: CIPR-GDF Suez, Legend Power Solutions (LPS), Mitsui and the Peakers Trust
Commissioning client: FATA.