Waste Water Treatment Project Upgrade

Teys Australia now operates four state of the art industry leading waste water treatment systems in QLD (Beenleigh, Rockhampton and NSW (Wagga Wagga and Tamworth).

The systems include both a Covered Anaerobic Lagoon (CAL) designed to capture methane rich biogas to generate renewable energy for each site and replace natural gas and coal in site boilers and a Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) system designed to treat each plants processed waste water to a higher quality, opening up the potential for a greater number of reuse and discharge opportunities.

Teys Naracoorte were recently recognised as finalists in the Industry and Business Category for the Covered Anaerobic Lagoon (CAL) and Cogeneration project, currently under construction. This project represents an exciting milestone for the company as for the first time, the biogas will fuel cogeneration equipment. This development will result in a clean, renewable energy source that will produce electricity and heat for use at our own facility. The project has many benefits for Teys, consumers and the Naracoorte community, including reducing energy costs and carbon emissions, reducing dependence on the electricity grid and peak demand usage, increasing site energy security and reducing waste and operating costs.

As a whole, these upgrades have delivered a multitude of improvements across both environmental, social and economic aspects that are contributing to advancing sustainability in QLD, NSW, SA, and in the manufacturing sector in Australia.

Teys Australia Beenleigh CAL

Teys Australia Beenleigh Covered Anaerobic Lagoon

BNR Panaroma

Teys Australia Beenleigh Biological Nutrient Removal System

Teys Naracoorte were recently recognised as finalists in the Industry and Business Category for the Covered Anaerobic Lagoon (CAL) and Cogeneration project, currently under construction. This project represents an exciting milestone for the company as for the first time, the biogas will fuel cogeneration equipment. This development will result in a clean, renewable energy source that will produce electricity and heat for use at our own facility. The project has many benefits for Teys, consumers and the Naracoorte community, including reducing energy costs and carbon emissions, reducing dependence on the electricity grid and peak demand usage, increasing site energy security and reducing waste and operating costs.

As a whole, these upgrades have delivered a multitude of improvements across both environmental, social and economic aspects that are contributing to advancing sustainability in QLD, NSW, SA, and in the manufacturing sector in Australia.