Water Quality at an Inland Port & Larger Lamella

A couple of quickies for you this week. If you’ve ever wondered why we are so passionate about returning site water to surrounding ecosystems at the best possible quality, just check out what we achieved at the inland port site at Ruakura in the Waikato. Plus, we’ve also included a sneak peek of our Managing Director, Roy Timperley, in his ‘happy place’ as he tweaks our new, larger Lamella.

Mountain water quality at an inland port

You have to see this to believe it. What you are looking at above are images from the Apollo Projects site at the inland port at Ruakura. One shows the bench testing carried out on the  pond water from which the water we were tasked with de-sedimenting came – it gives you an idea of just how occluded that water originally was. The water was dosed on input into one of our 20 ft treatment containers and the image below the bench testing jars shows what came out the other end ready to be returned to the surrounding environment. Beautiful!


Erosion Control’s new, large Silt Stopper (Lamella)
As announced in previous communications, we have been working on adding a larger Lamella to our existing arsenal of standard and compact Silt Stoppers. The new unit has been designed to allow for a higher flow rate while still keeping the “footprint” to a minimum – and that means we will be able to cater for those sites that have needed to process higher volumes of water. Here is a teaser to give you an idea of what’s coming – our hands-on MD, Roy Timperley, tweaking away in his “happy place” as he casts an expert eye over developments.


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