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Suprafilt secures £2m deal for London wastewater plant

Rochdale, UK-based Suprafilt has landed a £2 million (€2.56m) contract for Deephams Sewage Treatment Works in London to supply an aeration system with airmain, header pipework and control valves.

The project is currently at the design stage, with phase one expected to be completed by the end of April.

Phase two should be completed by June with the project due to be finished completely by June 2017.

The Deephams project is the largest Suprafilt has undertaken with Thames Water. 

“It’s a big contract which will provide ongoing work for our team for the next two years,” said Suprafilt sales director Graeme Fielden.

“We have previously worked with AECOM on a project at Liverpool’s Wellington Dock, so the fact we’ve been awarded this job is testament to the previous work we have done with them.”

Suprafilt will be installing the aeration system into six aeration lanes at the site in Enfield, London.

Suprafilt works with some of the UK’s major water companies and leading industrial organisations such as Seven Trent Water, Thames Water, and Diageo.

It specialises in the design, installation, and commissioning of both fixed and lift-out fine-bubble diffused aeration systems for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants.