Broome North Wastewater Treatment Plant set to receive new stand-alone power system

Cain AndrewsBroome Advertiser
One of Boundary Power's SAP systems.
Camera IconOne of Boundary Power's SAP systems. Credit: Supplied

Broome North Wastewater Treatment plant is set to receive a power upgrade with a solar panel power system to be installed on the site.

The upgrade will consist of a stand alone power system, or SAPS, which is an off-grid power solution that is also weather proof, being able to withstand cyclonic winds.

Boundary Power, a joint venture between Horizon Power and Ampcontrol Limited, were selected by the Water Corporation to deliver the upgrades.

Boundary Power director Rod Henderson said he was pleased to see the continued success of Boundary Power.

“The key to Boundary Power’s ability to adapt and re-engineer our designs is what sets our products apart,” he said.

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“Our team has the expertise to offer complete purpose-built solutions, to design and engineer from our suite of products, and to deliver uniquely designed solutions for our customers.”

Construction of the SAPS is expected to be completed by early 2023.

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