• In conjunction with our client EDI we developed a train wash station which minimised the use of water during the wash-down process for trains.
  • This staged project developed a cost effective method of filtering and sterilising the “wash” water (taking out the containment and producing potable water) as well as storing the sterilised water.
  • Extensive research and development was necessary to firstly identify the various containments and to develop a sterilisation method to eliminate them all.
  • The resulting design involved a compact skid-mounted unit to house the technology.
  • Given the batch process extensive effort was required in the decontamination process to develop correct resonance times, flow rates, treatment times and pressures to be used.
  • The train wash water recycling project is now working well in multiple sites.