Ocean Protect are proud to announce that we have been selected by Blacktown City Council to undertake the “Basin F6.1 Water Quality and Quantity Data Acquisition Project”. This project seeks to demonstrate the stormwater treatment performance of two (2) gross pollutant traps and six (6) bio-filtration systems installed at Basin F6.1 Schofields in Blacktown, NSW – and will extend over a period of five (5) years.
Ocean Protect Director Michael Wicks said “We see this as an exciting opportunity to significantly improve the understanding of stormwater treatment system function in the ‘real world’, and how their design, implementation and management can be appropriately optimised – both in Blacktown City and throughout Australia”.
“The project team have a long and successful track record in undertaking and show-casing stormwater treatment asset monitoring projects, including the already 5-year long performance monitoring of a high-flow rate (Filterra) biofiltration system in Western Sydney. We’re looking forward to forward to applying our in-house technical expertise and experience to other stormwater treatment assets – to help better protect our oceans and waterways”.
For further information, please contact us.