Gee & Company, in a joint venture with a new partner, have designed and supplied a chemical dosing system for an unusual sewerage treatment facility on the outskirts of the city park in Jeddah.
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Working on behalf of their client – leading chemicals supplier YARA – Gee has recently supplied a series of chemical dosing systems, including two Michael Smith design KTB packaged plant systems, for septicity control at four sewage pumping station (SPS) sites across the Isle of Man.
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The application of nanofiltration techniques, utilising synthetic membrane technology for the purification of drinking water, is a growing business. More and more frequently too, specially-designed Gee Packaged Plant modules are being chosen to form an integral part of these schemes.
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Gee & Company continue their tradition of innovation in the application of Package Plant for chemical dosing with the supply of a unique Kalic dosing system to contractors Galliford-Costain-Atkins (GCA) for use at the United Utilities-owned Royton Wastewater Treatment Works.
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Gee & Co supplied a Package Plant solution in short order to allow an operating power station to replace its outdated chlorine dosing system without compromising efficiency.
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Gee & Co has recently supplied three packaged plant systems for the dosing of Ferric and Glycerol at Ballynacor & Armagh Wastewater Treatment works – including an innovative Glycerol plant which was designed, constructed and installed in less than twelve weeks.
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Three separate upgrades to the chemical dosing plant at Thames Water’s Hogsmill Sewage Treatment Works in Surbiton near Kingston-upon-Thames have improved efficiency and performance at the site and are also designed to meet the latest phosphate discharge consents into the River Thames. Working with partners, the upgrades were designed, built and installed by chemical dosing specialist, Gee & Company.
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The design of the waste chemical treatment plant that disposes of the liquid effluent by-products of the modern car body paint spray line at BMW Group Oxford plant is of vital importance to the company.
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The first containerised or packaged dosing system to be deployed by United Utilities has been commissioned to carry out phosphate removal as part of the major upgrade at the Fazakerley WwTW site in Liverpool. Supplied by Gee & Company, the factory-produced package has been chosen because of the benefits it will deliver compared with a traditionally-built dosing system, notably cost and time saving, and
reducing the carbon footprint of the site.
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specified for Anglian Water
Thirty-seven of the sewage treatment sites operated by Anglian Water Services Ltd. are being progressively equipped with new phosphate removal systems, designed and built by Gee & Company. Most of these are pre-packaged, factory-built units, which are being brought on-line more quickly and providing other benefits compared with traditionally built systems.
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When Thames Water Utilities took the decision to upgrade its Swinford and Farmoor Advanced Water Treatment Plant (AWT) near Oxford, its objective was to increase water availability from 55 to 95 mega litres/day. Given the relatively small service water storage capacity in the Oxford area, the near doubling of throughput at Swinford served to underscore the criticality of its water treatment system.
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To meet stringent health and safety requirements for steam raising at a new chlorine gas producing plant, Gee & Company has developed one of the most complex chemical dosing systems of its type, incorporating unusually high engineering standards. Housed within a large self-contained kiosk, the packaged dosing system was factory built and tested so as to minimise the level of site installation skills and work.
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