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The Liverpool Project - Keeping the Mersey clean

Work is well underway on the new 200 million extension to the Liverpool Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) on the banks of the River Mersey, which will see a much cleaner river and assist in the regeneration of Liverpool's economy by helping to attract tourists and businesses to the waterfront. United Utilities that own the site is on target to have the new plant operational by early 2016.

Franklyn Yates Engineering has secured the Actiflow Diversion Pipework project with the GCAJV (Galliford Try, Costain, and Atkins JV). This project includes the relocation of the current Actiflow pipework system, the final eluent pipework system and the sludge pipework system and scope also includes for the installation of new structural steelwork, including access platforms, stairways, and pipework support brackets along with new odour control ductwork.

If you would like to find out more about this project, please feel free to contact us at info@franklynyates.com

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