OUR LATEST FISHY NEWS WITH SNAPS OF SNAPPER!
28th August 2012
Life isn’t all about work. At Aeramix we like to hit the water and catch some fish. Pictured is Aeramix’s HDPE senior technician Michael Sewell holding the first Snapper after a solid 2 months working on the NVIRP channels. Not bad for August!
Also attached are some photos from a recent Port Fairy trip with our project manager John Grewar which saw a couple of nice Tuna landed in the boat.
Funny who you can run into out at sea, one of our clients and friends Andrew Westlake from Midfield Meat. Andrew helped with some local knowledge and coordinates in order for us to land some nice tuna. Probably couldn’t have planned that meeting any better!!
Aeramix crew deploying 2mm HDPE plastic on one of this year’s NVIRP Irrigation channels
12th August 2012
“Following on from 2010 – 12klm’s & 2011 16klm’s, 2012 saw Aeramix complete some 6.5klm’s of irrigation channel lining for Northern Construction Group, Mick Hogan Excavations, and Comdain Infrastructure. Channel beds varied from 6 metres wide up to 11 metres wide. Aeramix also completed 40 + structures including the extrusion welding and aluminium battening.
On behalf of Aeramix I would like to thank Goulburn-Murray Water (G-MW), Transfield Services, NVIRP, Northern Construction Group, Mick Hogan Excavations, Comdain Infrastructure and last but not least our unbelievably hard working crews lead by Michael Sewell and Michael Dennis who managed to complete all of the works in sometimes trying conditions” Well done everyone
Murray Goulburn Waste Water Treatment Plant
8th August 2012
Aeramix was responsible for the Installation of 4 waste water lagoon liners for our client - GeoTas / Murray Goulburn Co-Operative
We (Aeramix) are the first company this year in the Goulburn Valley to deploy HDPE liner in Australia's largest Irrigation Project. Aeramix working with Armstrong Constructions and NVERP are well underway into this year's allocation of irrigation channel rehabilitation works. Aeramix has recently branch out into the Supply & Installation of Geo membranes and HDPE liners. For more information please click on our LINER DIVISION LINK
The link above is the project we are involved in. Aeramix along with Armstrong Constructions are working in the Murray Valley region. Check it out
NEW AERATORS FOR THE KYNETON WATER RECLAMATION PLANT
31st March 2011
Coliban Water has commenced works this month to improve the treatment efficiency at the Kyneton Water Reclamation Plant with the replacement of all four lagoon aerators.
General Manager Infrastructure Dr Dharma Dharmabalan said that the current aerators have been in operation since 1986 and are no longer working efficiently, with odour being released from the lagoon.
"Aerators are part of the biological treatment process of wastewater. Through aeration, the waste in the lagoon breaks down through the mixing process the air creates, minimising the odour generated from the lagoon.
"The current aerators are old and outdated, reducing the plant's treatment efficiencies. Therefore we need to replace all four," Dr Dharmabalan said.
Improvements will also be made to electrical equipment and site access for trade waste customers as part of this project, at a cost of $790,000. The contract for the project has been awarded to Aeramix Pty Ltd.
"We have also identified that the old aerators are high energy consumers. We are undertaking improvements to minimise power needs and improve efficiency.
"We anticipate all works at the plant to be completed before the end of May this year," Dr Dhamabalan said.
There will be no impact to customer services whilst these works are being undertaken. Customers wanting further information can contact our Customer Contact Centre on 1300 363 200.
NEW STORAGE TANK TO SECURE MERINO’S WATER SUPPLY
17th February 2011
Merino will soon have a new water storage facility that will further secure the town’s water supply for the future.
Wannon Water has awarded a contract to Aeramix Pty Ltd to construct a new 200,000-litre clear water storage tank that will more than double the town’s drinking water storage capacity.
Aeramix specialises in the management of water and sewerage projects throughout Victoria. The company is an experienced, certified contractor and previously constructed the 800,000-litre clear water storage tank at Coleraine.
Wannon Water Managing Director Grant Green said the new $450,000 facility will significantly increase the reliability of the water supply for Merino customers.
“Merino’s water supply is sourced from the Tullich bore field and treated at the Casterton Water Treatment Plant before being pumped by pipeline to a storage tank at Merino,” Mr Green said.
“Adding an additional storage tank will ensure there is enough water in storage at Merino to continue supplying Merino customers should the supply of treated water from Casterton be interrupted for any reason.”
Construction of the new tank will commence at the Mocamboro Road site in March and is expected to be completed in July 2011.
“Implementing sustainable solutions to provide high quality, reliable water services for customers is a high priority for Wannon Water,” Mr Green said.
Further details about Wannon Water’s water supply and treatment systems is available at www.wannonwater.com.au.