Aquatec Maxcon is excited to announce that Kingaroy Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) completed the raw sewage cutover on the 16th May 2016 from the old treatment plant pipeline. This is a vital step to bringing the plant on-line to service... Read more
Aquatec Maxcon were engaged by Rockhampton Regional Council to upgrade the Glenmore Water Treatment Plant, Glenmore QLD. The original plant, built just after 1970, had problems with its existing pumping system being under capacity. Our solution for this was a complete upgrade of... Read more
Yarra Valley Water, one of Australia’s largest water authorities, contracted Aquatec Maxcon to investigate and design a waste to energy solution as to provide a more sustainable sewage treatment plant to the area. Aquatec Maxcon was able to provide a unique business... Read more
Aquatec Maxcon was engaged by Mondelēz Australia, one of the largest food processing companies in Australia, to upgrade their Trade Waste Treatment Plant in Port Melbourne, Victoria. The new plant is designed to neutralize and control the temperature of the... Read more
Western Downs Regional Council has awarded the contract to design & construct the upgrade 1.725MLD Chinchilla WWTP to Aquatec Maxcon.
As a result of an estimated population growth in the region, Aquatec Maxcon has provided the proprietary ‘Hybrid Biological Nutrients Removal’... Read more
In conjunction with our joint venture partners, John Holland and GHD, Aquatec Maxcon has been selected to participate in the trial phase of the augmentation project at the Western Treatment Plant using the world-leading Nereda® technology. Three consortia have been shortlisted by Melbourne... Read more
Every year, Aquatec Maxcon hold an annual fundraiser to raise money for various charitable organisations.
We leave it up to our staff to decide on the organisation that will benefit from the fundraiser, and for the second year running, they have... Read more
South Burnett Regional Council has awarded the contract to design & construct the upgrade to Gordonbrook WTP to Aquatec Maxcon.
Gordonbrook WTP, located alongside Gordonbrook Dam, provides drinking water to Kingaroy Town, which has a current population of approx. 9,500 people. As a result of... Read more
Aquatec Maxcon has been awarded a design and construct contract to undertake the upgrade of the Kingaroy WWTP to a design population of 12,500 persons by South Burnett Regional Council. This will be the first in Australia to utilise the... Read more