Planning and implementation of the upgrade and expansion of the David Institute wastewater treatment plant, in order to increase the plant’s capacity, improve the quality of the treated effluent, and install a tertiary filtering and disinfection system at the plant.

The effluent will be channeled to the effluent return system of the Ma’agarei Asher water corporation, for irrigating agricultural land in the Mate Asher region.

Details of process:

  • Upgrading the secondary wastewater treatment plant and adapting it to a design throughput of 1,000 m3 per day.
  • Adapting the facility for the removal of nitrogen and phosphorus using a BNR process.
  • Biological removal of nutrients.
  • Installation of tertiary treatment – filtering and disinfecting effluents from the plant to meet the requirements of the relevant standard.
  • Implementation of an effluent delivery pipe to channel the effluent to the Ma’agarei Asher network of reservoirs in Zevulun Valley.
  • Installing an emergency reservoir to collect effluents in the event of a failure to meet the relevant standard’s requirements .
  • Installing a new control system at the plant, including monitoring quality and communication with a control center.
Project Details
Location
Rafael
Israel
Field
wastewater treatment
Description
1000 M3/day WWTP in BNR technology for tertiary treatment and reuse for agricultural irrigation
Client Name
Rafael
Main Figures
industrial wastewater treatment for tertiary quality
Budget
3.5 Million NIS

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