Queensland Government’s new emergency services hub for Alpha provides improved services and public health access. The Emergency Services Hub includes Hospital, Health, Ambulance, Fire and Police Facilities. The town of around 500 is the centre of an outback region in Central Queensland requiring contractors from around Australia to be involved in the project.
As the site is small and all wastewater is managed wholly within the lot and surrounding the hospital, a key focus was the delivery of a safe and effective sewage treatment system that provided guaranteed amenity.
To achieve beneficial outcomes for the Alpha emergency services hub, True Water redesigned the previous wastewater design and reworked the sewage treatment plant and irrigation system layout and location to address each of the challenges of the site. Challenge’s included, the remote location, temperatures variance from 40 to 470 and trade waste from the hospital that contains contaminants that can effect sewage treatment if not managed properly.
The sewage treatment plant servicing the Emergency Services Hub is a 10m3 Kubota HC. The biological processes within the Kubota sewage treatment plant ensure reliable and cost effective treatment and provide the highest level of public health and safety. True Water secured the project as it was able to provide enhanced public health and environmental outcomes while reducing the capital and operational cost of the wastewater infrastructure.