New wastewater treatment operation designed for Libyan hospital
Jul 07 2010 Read 2188 Times
WPL has teamed up with local distributors El Zulal to develop the solutions for a hospital near Ubari in an attempt to produce cleaner water for its patients.
They have provided the clinic with a HiPAF (High Performance Aerated Filter) plant as a replacement for an older system, which no longer functioned effectively.
In addition to the HiPAF, the companies have installed a Sand Filter system "to meet the hospital's needs" and produce treated water for over 600 members of staff and patients.
WPL also confirmed that the wastewater systems have been designed to meet World Health Organisation irrigation standards.
A spokesperson for the company said: "The WPL solution has been robustly designed to combine versatility, efficient processing and reliability, while minimising the visual impact on the surrounding landscape."
As well as treating wastewater in various areas of the north African country, WPL has also implemented treatment products throughout Europe and America.
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