The Board of Clean TeQ Holdings Limited (CLQ) is pleased to announce that Clean TeQ has been awarded a contract to supply two water treatment plants for the processing of leachate and groundwater at two landfill sites. The project is due for completion in the first half of this financial year. The contract to the value of $1.2m is for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of the two water treatment plants to reduce ammonia and adjust pH of landfill leachate and groundwater to a quality that is suitable for disposal by trade waste discharge. The removal of nutrients, such as ammonia, is an important step in the client’s environmental strategy to reduce the nutrient load from these landfill sites. Clean TeQ has an extensive suite of water treatment technologies that reduce many of the common pollutants such as ammonia, nitrate, salts, heavy metals and hydrocarbons that are found in leachates and groundwater.
“We are pleased to be working with a leading environmental services company in the provision of technology that provides a better overall outcome for our environment. This contract builds on our current project pipeline for the 2011/12 financial year,” said Peter Voigt, Chief Executive Officer of Clean TeQ.
Clean TeQ (CLQ) is a leading Australian clean technology business that focuses on providing solutions for the purification of air, water and mineral resources. The Company’s technologies provide our customers with focused, fit-for-purpose solutions that are specifically targeted to “do more with less”. Clean TeQ provides innovative technologies and partners with leading technology suppliers worldwide.