South Australia is considering installing a new purification facility on its state’s river system, after water experts said the system’s design was inadequate.
Key points:The new system would replace the existing water system on the South Australian river system that uses purified water, with an upgraded system being installed in 2018The new purifying system will include a dedicated purification unit, a tank and a purification pumpThe system is intended to provide for a sustainable source of water in South AustraliaWater experts say the system would be an improvement on the existing purification plantThe water quality in South Australian rivers is already “very poor” compared with its northern counterparts, with some rivers receiving more than twice as much chlorine as those in Victoria, NSW and the ACT.
The new design will be located in a “purification tank” on the river’s banks, which will be filled with purified water.
In 2018, the State Government is hoping to upgrade the existing South Australian purification water system to a “Purification Tank”, a system with a dedicated tank that will be used to collect and purify purified water from the river.
The system would use a dedicated pump to collect water from its tanks and purification units.
The existing purifying tank has been upgraded and has a new dedicated purifying unit.
“This will be a very big investment and I’m looking forward to working with the South Australia Government on it,” South Australian water expert Dr Paul Rafferty said.
“We’re trying to ensure that the system meets the requirements of the State and is efficient, safe and clean.”
That will be the challenge, but it’s a great investment that will give us a great resource for our rivers.
“The new water purification technology, the Integrated Purification System, is being developed by Water Systems SA, which is responsible for the South AFR in Victoria and NSW.”
There’s been an increasing demand for more efficient and more efficient purification of water systems in South Africa, which we are trying to develop,” Water Systems chief executive officer David MacLennan said.
The company said the project would include a water purifying plant, which would include an improved system for the purification tank.
The purification process would involve the water being treated with a water filtration system.
The water is then pumped to a purified tank, which can be used as a reservoir for purified water during periods of high water demand.”
The project is due to be completed in the early 2020s, and it is estimated the cost of the new system will be $2 million to $3 million.”
That’s why we need to ensure the purifiers and the tanks are safe and are clean.”
The project is due to be completed in the early 2020s, and it is estimated the cost of the new system will be $2 million to $3 million.
Dr MacLena said the proposed new purifier would also include a new pump, a new tank and purifiers.
“It will be like a small water purifier with a large water filter and a small purification device, which I think will be very helpful,” Dr Rafferity said.
Topics:environment,environmental-policy,environment,water-supply,water,agriculture-and-horticulture,environment-management,south-australiaFirst posted June 26, 2019 12:49:58Contact Tim MacKayMore stories from South Australia