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Over the last 30 years FILTEC is proud to have been involved in the design, building and maintaining of water treatment systems for many Australian municipalities, as well some of Australia’s largest industrial companies. Over this time, we have built a depth of knowledge and library of designs that enable our clients to reduce the risk associated in the creation of new treatment assets.  

Over the last five years, FILTEC’s Engineered Systems and Project Division has invested heavily in capital equipment and employee development to better service the demand for fully integrated project capabilities. We have expanded both our onsite and offsite fabrication facilities to build and install fully engineered water treatment systems to meet any process requirements.

FILTEC has experience working with many Australian municipal authorities in both Victoria and Queensland. Our portfolio also showcases the range of industrial sector water treatment plants designed and commissioned by FILTEC.

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Couran Point Services needed a cost-effective solution to provide the island community with safe drinking water. FILTEC developed a containerised RO water treatment plant built within a 20-foot sea shipping container. The container houses a reverse osmosis system, along with media filters (Turbidex and Calcite), UV disinfection system and hypochlorite dosing units.
The Tasman District Council required a water treatment system that provided water quality improvements for household usage. The solution needed to make use of the existing water source while improving the quality of water delivered. FILTEC designed and installed a tube settler lamella clarifier along with a self-cleaning filter.
The Mobile Solar Powered PFAS Water Treatment Plant is a highly versatile and sustainable solution to treat PFAS contaminated water. It ensures the customer can remove PFAS for the water source to below detectible limits using renewable solar energy. FILTEC and the team are proud of this plant design and performance as it is 100% aligned with FILTEC’s core values.
North East Water (NEW) operates 21 water treatment facilities to provide drinking water to over 100,000 people in across north east Victoria, Australia. Wangaratta is a town located at the intersection of the Ovens and King rivers, creating a catchment for the north-western slopes of the Victorian Alps.
FILTEC was contracted to design and build a Water Treatment Plant for a large dairy site in Victoria, Australia. The source water was a shallow surface water catchment known as channel water.
The Puckapunyal Army base in Victoria, Australia sourced water from the local river. The water quality suffered from seasonal turbidity spikes and had a chance of algae bloom in summer. The army base required reliable, safe, and quality drinking water.
Longreach Council in Queensland, Australia had an urgent need to replace an aging and redundant gas chlorination system for a local community. Xylem Water Solution & Technology contracted FILTEC to design and plan a process involving a Reverse Osmosis system.
The overall objective of this contract was to design, procure, supply, manufacture, install, construct, test and commission a new lamella plate clarifier and associated works at the Casterton Water Treatment Plant (WTP).
FILTEC was awarded the contract for a turnkey project to design, build, supply, install and commission of a water treatment plant to provide treated water for food manufacturing and as drinking water for employees at a new cheese plant at the Stanhope site.
Providing safe drinking water is Hasting District Council’s number one priority. Therefore, the council required water treatment systems upgrades that could provide safe and quality drinking water for the smaller communities that are not connected to the water main network.
Due to the rapid growth of the Kinloch wastewater treatment plant required significant upgrades, including the conversion of their existing Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) system to a Membrane Bioreactor.
This project involved the design and construction of a 2,000 m³/d Water Treatment Plant (WTP) for the Ohakea Rural Water Scheme. Manawatu District Council required the new WTP due to rapid growth of Sanson.
Following a site expansion, a dairy site in the Southland region needed to upgrade their wastewater treatment (WWTP) plant to achieve higher quality treatment with increased discharge volumes of dairy plant effluent.
Cambridge is growing – and fast. The current population of around 19,000 is expected to be home to an additional 14,000 by 2050 putting the existing Karapiro water treatment plant (WTP) under enormous pressure and in need of an upgrade.
A town in the northern region of Auckland sourced water from the local river meaning it could be insecure. In an event of heavy rain, sediment in the river can increase by 3000 percent putting pressure on the existing water treatment plant.

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