GENERAL PROJECT

Crookhall Sewage Treatment Works – WINEP Phosphorous Removal

As part of the Water Industry National Environmental Programme (WINEP), we will be installing a chemical dosing plant (ferric sulphate and sodium hydroxide) to enable the site to meet the forthcoming phosphorous discharge consent of 0.9 mg/l, which will apply from April 2025. The improvement works will cost around £1.5m, and is one of 27 sites within the NWG region to receive this upgrade. Phosphorous is a nutrient and can cause algae to grow in watercourses, reducing biodiversity and river water quality. Our works will help to improve the quality of the downstream watercourses.

Update by Sarah Jayne Parvin

Hello, we want to let you know that we have some weekend work taking place Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 February between 9-4pm.

This work will consist of tree and vegetation trimming along the access track to the Sewage Treatment Works.

We would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

Thanks

Sarah

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