PFAS Cleanup Project

  • Large crew and supervision
    • 24/7 roster
    • Crew split over multiple yards
    • On call team also on standby for weather events
  • Plant and heavy vehicles –
    • 650+ 23kl ISO tanks
      • Used to store approximately 16m litres of impacted water form sewer lines, creeks and stormwater
      • Tanks staged across 6 separate sites around the airports
      • Each site self-contained for emergency spill response and set up for bulk transfer capability
      • Each tank fully decontaminated back to food grade standard through chemical flush procedure
    • 15 Vacuum tankers
      • Various vacuum tankers up to 23kl
      • Utilised to remove contaminated product from assets
      • Transport and transfer product to and from tanks in tank farms and on site treatment facility
    • Up to 6 Side Loaders
      • Utilised to move ISO tanks during the course of the project
      • Stage tanks in yards yards in set out grid pattern for ease of access
    • Earthmoving equipment
      • 6t – 30t excavators utilised to remove contaminated waste form creeks and earth around impacted area
      • 4 x skid steer loaders – 1 at each yard utilised to move equipment and on standby for spill response
    • 2 x flat decks
      • Utilised to carry ISO containing flush chemicals during sewer flush
    • Up to 30 x 6” diesel driven self-priming water pumps
      • Utilised for emergency spill response and to move impacted stormwater into trucks during rain events
      • Pump out impacted creek water into tank/tankers
  • Traffic control
    • Traffic management plan in place across multiple sites
    • Full time traffic control at onsite treatment facility
  • 7 x pump stations
    • 6km of sewer mains remediated
    • Assets isolated and flushed with patented solvent/caustic flush
    • Lines hydrostatic tested for leaks prior to flush
    • All pumps and valves damaged repaired in conjunction with BAC and CV Services