22,5 m³/d, resort, Samoa - Taumeasina Island

22,5 m³/d, resort, Samoa - Taumeasina Island

The Samoan islands lie in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The isolation and seclusion offers a perfect opportunity to tourists to forget the daily routine and allow the soul to unwind. Increased tourism led to a shift towards creation of artificial islands such as Taumeasina island and developing them into resorts. Naturally, it also became necessary to find a suitable wastewater treatment solution. Avoidance of daily sludge disposal and unpleasant odours was desired.

Finally, it was decided to install four sewage treatment plants by KLARO, the largest of them having a capacity of 150 PE. Since the islands were very difficult to reach and concrete plants are difficult to procure and also expensive, it seemed advisable to conceive the plant in plastic half-shell tanks. These are particularly suitable for transport since they are stackable. This was a decisive reason for the installation of a plant in a plastic tank.

22,5 m³/d, resort, Samoa - Taumeasina Island
22,5 m³/d, resort, Samoa - Taumeasina Island
22,5 m³/d, resort, Samoa - Taumeasina Island
22,5 m³/d, resort, Samoa - Taumeasina Island

Information:

22,5 m³/d, resort, Samoa - Taumeasina Island

Tanks: 10 x Carat 6.500 l
Compressor: KDT 3.80
Commissioning: 2015

Discharge values:

22,5 m³/d, resort, Samoa - Taumeasina Island