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2022.07.01 | Doosan Enpure

Double Success as Barhale Doosan JV win two Water Industry Awards


Huge congratulations to the Barhale Doosan JV for winning two awards at the Water Industry Awards in Birmingham this week, both awards being for the Clifton Wastewater Treatment Works – Integrated Constructed Wetland (ICW) Project, as part of the Barhale Doosan JV and in collaboration with Yorkshire Water and Stantec.

2022 is the 16th year of the Water Industry Awards, and the JV are delighted to have scooped the awards in the categories for Wastewater Innovation Project of the Year and Natural Capital Initiative of the Year.

Clifton Wetlands is leading the way in showing how natural processes can be used to create a sustainable, low carbon approach to wastewater treatment. The integrated constructed wetland comprises a mixture of open water ponds and shallow vegetated marshes that provide a complex mixture of aerobic and anaerobic environments to sustain a diverse population of microbial activity and plant life. Wastewater treatment within ICWs is achieved by a combination of filtration, biological treatment, sedimentation, plant absorption, and adsorption to sediment and plant surfaces.

Barhale Doosan JV Award Winning Team

The Award Winning Team include Doosan Enpure's Technical Director (Bruno Bigot), Engineering Manager (Mollie Geoghegan) and Commisioning Leader (Stephen Freestone)