Aquatec Maxcon is part of the Aquatec Maxcon Group which provides a complete vertically integrated range of services combined with an extensive range of state-of-the-art products, processes and technologies.
South Burnett Regional Council (SBRC) was awarded an Excellence Award for Kingaroy Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) at the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) State Awards Evening on the 9th November. The category for this Excellence Award was for... Read more
The International Water Association (IWA) World Water Congress and Exhibition 2016 was held last month at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, with over 4700 participants from 108 countries attending.
This year, the focus was on ‘Shaping Our Water Future’.
Aquatec... Read more
Aquatec Maxcon is excited to announce that Chinchilla Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) completed the performance testing and is exceeded expectations in its 6months operation in meeting effluent quality and operating cost.
Chinchilla WWTP has a capacity of 10,000EP and is the... Read more
Royal HaskoningDHV have been engaged by Irish Water to provide expertise on sustainable wastewater reduction treatment technology, Nereda®, to the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project.
Originally designed to treat wastewater for a capacity of 1.64 million PE (population equivalent), the... Read more
Gordonbrook Water Treatment Plant Upgrade project, design and constructed by Aquatec Maxcon is now treating drinking water for township of Kingaroy to the highest standard. New water treatment process is treating challenging raw water to high quality drinking water. This... Read more
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