Domestic Wastewater Treatment
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Newterra's modular sewage treatment solutions minimize infrastructure costs and treat effluent to the most stringent regulatory standards for discharge and a wide range of reuse applications.
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Newterra offers proven wastewater solutions that help reduce project costs with a sustainable treatment approach. For municipalities, small communities, resorts and other commercial and residential developments, decentralized treatment is gaining significant momentum. Our Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) systems fit the bill perfectly. Cost-effective and scalable, they allow treatment infrastructure to be added in stages as capacity requirements dictate. They're also extremely space efficient – reducing land requirements and providing more options of where the plant can be located.
These economies hold true for our work camp clients, as well. Over the lifespan of a mining or oil & gas project, populations at these remote locations can vary significantly. The scalability of Newterra's packaged treatment plants allow additional sewage treatment capacity to be added to the base system as needs require. Treatment modules can be removed when they're no longer required and redeployed to other projects.
Newterra MBR-based sewage treatment systems utilize our patented and globally-proven MicroClear® UF membranes. Effluent from our systems meets or exceeds the most stringent regulatory standards for direct discharge and secondary reuse applications.
The evolution of Newterra treatment systems for domestic wastewater has been built on significant input from our Operations team. Their insights have influenced everything from controls philosophy to our patented, ground level membrane removal system. The end results are sewage treatment systems that are robust, reliable and require minimal maintenance. They can handle high loads, and are very resilient to flow and loading fluctuations. With our SiteLink telemetry, Newterra systems can be monitored in real time and fully controlled from virtually anywhere. In short, they are extremely operator-friendly.