We are excited to announce that Haldon Industries has been awarded the contract to design, construct and commission a Sequencing Batch Reactor Leachate Treatment Plant for Sydney’s $2.6 billion Gateway Road Project.
Haldon Industries (Haldon) has been awarded the contract to design, construct and commission a Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) Leachate Treatment Plant (LTP) for Sydney’s $2.6 billion Gateway Road Project on behalf of our client, John Holland Seymour Whyte Joint Venture.
This new contract is another example of how Haldon Industries delivers innovative and cost-effective world-class water treatment solutions.
Haldon Industries’ Technical Director and Co-Founder Jake Reardon said, “We are very excited to offer our services to the Sydney Gateway Project. Our team is committed to providing the John Holland Seymour Whyte JV with a cost-effective and functional solution to what could otherwise be a significant risk to the project. Haldon’s intimate involvement at the WestConnex St Peters Interchange site affords our team vast local experience with leachate management on active construction sites.
“We will bring the Sydney Gateway project team a heavily reduced risk profile for the leachate management during construction and post construction. Operating costs, waste generation and plant output quality will greatly improve across the life of the leachate treatment plant, ensuring a reduction of ongoing costs for the asset owner”.
Sydney Gateway will provide a high-capacity link from the airport precinct, Port Botany and the surrounding road network to the newly opened St Peters Interchange and is one of the missing pieces of Sydney’s motorway network. Full details can be found on the project website here.