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EPS Delivers For Glanbia Belview

EPS Delivers For Glanbia Belview
March 05
14:10 2015

EPS were awarded the contract at the new Glanbia Ingredients milk processing facility in Belview Port, Co. Kilkenny through their consultants, PMG (Project Management Group), to provide a Waste Water Treatment Plant & Water Softening Plant to service the resulting production operations associated with the new build. The rigid programmes demanded by both these projects required EPS to take creative steps so as to maintain progress with the client’s target dates. By opting to fabricate large sections of the plant offsite allowed EPS to improve delivery time, installation time, reduce associated health & safety risks, reduce disruption on site and reduce associated on site costs.

EPS2March2015The standalone waste water treatment plant comprises the following principal steps: a stainless steel lined pumping station capable of a maximum peak demand duty of 680 cu m/hr, the provision of 4 No. glass lined steel balance tanks for pH buffering/correction, the removal of fats, oils & greases (FOG’s) through the use of a dissolved air floatation (DAF) tank, and the provision of analytical sampling & monitoring instrumentation. The water softening plant principally comprised 3 No. GRP ion exchange softening tanks which operate on a cyclical basis, a salt saturator tank & brine day tank.

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