Truck delivering a new kiosk to site.

Chapel-en-le-Frith Wastewater Treatment Works successfully deliver new dosing kiosk to site

The team working on the Chapel-en-le-Frith Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) project has successfully delivered the new chemical dosing kiosk to site.

The kiosk contained equipment including the Ferric Dosing Rig which will be used to remove phosphorus from the wastewater, one of the main objectives of this project as part of the AMP7 upgrade works.

In a remarkable feat of coordination and determination, the project team managed to successfully navigate delivery of the 4.2 metre wide and 14 metre long kiosk despite multiple logistical challenges including narrow and winding roads on the approach to the site. 

Months of preparation had gone into organising the delivery, with meetings held to strategise the journey of the kiosk with multiple stakeholders. Every detail was meticulously planned by the team, to minimise disruption to the surrounding area and to ensure safe delivery. The team considered all factors, from choosing a Sunday delivery date, the timing of the road closure and the method in which they transported the kiosk.

A triumph for all involved, well done to the Chapel-en-le-Frith team!