Dogs Trust Ballymena
New build installation
Working alongside the charity’s project managers Soma Services, WCSEE designed and manufactured a modular HiPAF® (high performance aerated filter) treatment plant, with a robust aerobic digestion system (RADS), to replace the existing plant. In addition, a new sand filter will provide a level of tertiary treatment. This work was completed to a high standard, and the site is now ready to commence with construction of the buildings.
“Soma Services are proud to have worked with Dogs Trust since 2006 and, in close association with equipment suppliers WCSEE, have provided innovative cost-effective turnkey solutions to their challenging wastewater treatment needs. Over 20 years’ experience of treatment plant installation and maintenance enables our clients’ requirements to be met in a wide range of situations.”
Rob Hunt, Soma Services Managing Director
“It is important to Dogs Trust that all our sites are operated as efficiently as possible and in compliance with the relevant environmental standards. This is particularly challenging where centres are expanding.
“From our previous wastewater treatment upgrades, we know the introduction of the RADS system will make a significant difference to the amount of de-sludging required as part of the treatment process and will reduce associated costs as a result. We are very happy with the work that Soma Services and WCSEE have done for us over the years and are pleased to be working with them once again on this important project in Ballymena.”