Meyerton Wastewater Treatment Works
On 21 January 2015 MRMS was appointed by Rand Water as the Principal Civil Contractor, responsible for the extension of the existing Wastewater Treatment Works situated south-west of Meyerton.
This project forms part of the Midvaal Spatial Development Framework and key role players are Rand Water Board (Client), Midvaal Municipality (Owner), Department of Water Affairs and Sanitation (Funding Agent) and GIBB Engineering & Architecture (Consulting Engineer).
The project is multi-disciplinary, consisting of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation work and the scope of work includes:
- Earthworks, excavations, backfilling and rehabilitation;
- A new Head of Works (HoW) with mechanical screens and vortex degritters;
- A new raw sewage pump station;
- A new Biological Reactor;
- A new 30m diameter concrete Secondary Settling Tank (SST);
- New buildings associated with the works (Administration and Control buildings);
- Additional sludge drying beds and irrigation pump station;
- Pipework associated with the above; and
- Construction of roads
Upon completion the Wastewater Treatment Works will have an increased capacity of 25ML/day, consisting of the existing 10ML/day and the additional 15ML/day.