21 Mile Creek Pump Station and Chlorination Facility

Pump station pumps and treats up to 300 l/s of potable water

An interconnecting valve network allows the two water supplies to be mixed or distributed in dedicated directions within the distribution system.

Treated water is pumped using a series of variable speed drive 200 hp booster pumps to the village pressure zone. Simultaneously up to 150 L/s of surface water passes through the building at high pressure where it is chlorinated and relayed to the distribution system.

An interconnecting valve network allows the two water supplies to be mixed or distributed in dedicated directions within the distribution system.

The chlorination system is based on an on-site sodium hypochlorine generation system with a double walled bulk storage tank. High pressure chlorine pumps are used to inject the chlorine into the water lines.

The system uses a PLC based controller to provide monitoring and control of the system.