Specialists of the ESMIL Industrial Group have mounted and brought into operation modular treatment facilities based on MBR technology in the Sabeta settlement during the short arctic summer of 2014.
the capacity of the wastewater treatment facilities is 100 m3/day. It treats domestic wastewaters of the settlement, where builders of the Complex of Facilities for the CNG (compressed natural gas) transportation live.
The complex of wastewater treatment facilities includes recipient and surge vessel, pumping machinery, treated wastewater reservoir and sewage treatment plant – „MBR-ESMIL 100“, which includes a brush type screen, APKV aerators, pumping, mixing and air blowing equipment, membrane module and unit for additional UV disinfection of the treated wastewaters. The whole complex works in the automatic mode via the system based on a controller, which was developed by the experts of ESMIL Industrial Group. Maintenance of facilities by the operating personnel takes only up to half an hour per day.
The peculiarity of the wastewater treatment facilities „MBR-ESMIL 100“ operation is in its location in tundra under the permafrost conditions northward of 71 parallel. There is a small amount of wastewater treatment facilities in the world, which operate so far in the North under similar conditions.
Wastewater treatment facilities „MBR-ESMIL 100“ in Sabeta city is the northernmost reference object of our Company.
Information about Sabeta city:
Sabeta is a rotational settlement in the Yamal area Yamal-Nenets autonomous district located on the east coast of peninsula Yamal near the Gulf of Ob of the Kara sea.
Construction of the gas liquefaction plant is planned close to the settlement – the first line will be brought into operation in 2016.
The Arctic airport in Sabeta city in Yamal will be brought into operation at the end of 2014. With an airstrip length of 2700 m. Airdrome will receive almost all types of aircraft, including heavy freighters Il-76. The airport will comply with all the International class requirements.
Seaport Sabeta is under the course of construction within the frame of the “Yamal LNG“ project and is intended to provide hydrocarbon crude throughput of the South Tambey condensate gas field in Yamal and for delivery of the natural gas, oil and condensate gas by the sea transport into the West Europe, North and South America and Asia-Pacific countries.
The ceremonial laying of the Sabeta port, which is situated in 5 km to the northeast of the Sabeta settlement, was held on 20 June 2012. The first freighter moored to the Sabeta port mooring in October 2013.