C526 - Leigh & Glazebury WwTW Storm Tanks

Client
United Utilities

Project
Improve the quality of storm sewer outfalls to the River Glaze and greatly increase storm storage within the WwTW.

Description

Construction of two new Storm detention tanks.

Construction of two new in-situ RC above ground detention tanks 42m diameter, 8m deep on major piled foundations. New in-situ RC CSO chamber with longwood screen, new in-situ RC inlet pipework & valve chamber, new control building, MEICA, new outfall structure to the river, open-cut sewers at 300 to 1200mm ID, new access road and site landscaping.

Study Project Date  
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