WPL’s HiPAF is specified for use at New Hall Hospital in Salisbury case study


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Watling Hope, an independent wastewater treatment specialist company was employed to help Ramsey Healthcare to identify the best solution replace the existing treatment plant which was proving inadequate for its needs resulting in substandard final effluent quality.  The site needed to improve the quality of effluent but any works would need to be carried out whilst the Hospital was operating with minimal disruption. Ramsay Healthcare contacted Watling Hope.

The Solution ….. Watling Hope designed a bespoke WPL HIPAF® high performance aerated filter. The system was selected because of its low visual impact, ease of maintenance and proven ability to treat wastewater to a consistently high quality.

It was important also that the installation and commissioning of the new system should be undertaken without interruption of the activities of the hospital and with minimum inconvenience to patients and staff. The system was installed by Watling Hope within 3 weeks with no interruption to the operation of the hospital.

The Results….

  • New HIPAF sewage treatment plant installed in grounds of hospital
  • No disruption to hospital operation during installation
  • System discharge tested and shown to comfortably meet required Environment Agency consent standard
  • Customer satisfied with systems performance

'It was all on time and on budget with barely noticeable disruption.' Mrs Kim West Services Support Manager at New Hall Hospital.

With over 20 years’ industry experience, WPL’s wastewater treatment, rainwater harvesting systems and grease management solutions have been designed specifically for these types of projects. From the classroom to tourist attractions, a wide range of applications are covered.

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