400 PE Nairobi, Kenya
Despite progress in recent years, a significant proportion of the population in Kenya still lives without adequate water infrastructure. An essential component is also the treatment of wastewater, which is becoming increasingly important due to rising demands. Depending on whether a connection to a sewage system is economical or not, treatment can be centralized or decentralized.
The 400 PE wastewater treatment plant for a youth boarding school near Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, was installed in September 2017. The students are to learn to act responsibly. This includes dealing sensitively with environmental issues, and therefore the installation of our wastewater treatment plant also serves as a good example for school purposes.
In addition to the boarding students, the school is also attended by other day students and is currently being expanded to include additional building complexes. Therefore, in the future, the plant will treat the water of more than 400 students and teachers. This expansion was already known in the planning phase, so the plant could be designed in advance for the maximum number of people who will use it in the future.
Planning for this project began about six months earlier. Based on the customer's plans, which showed space conditions and existing tanks, the KLARO technical team worked out a solution for wastewater treatment. A separate house was built for the machine technology, which is located in the immediate vicinity of the wastewater treatment plant.
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