Asphalt plant in Penrith Council. Completed November 2018.

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Spel Project Case Study

 

Problem

SPEL supplied a hydrocarbon separation device with a spill capacity of 12,000L for this site.

Solution

The SPEL Puraceptor removes hydrocarbons from the stormwater flows. It will also automatically shut off in the event of a spill – preventing hydrocarbons from entering the city’s stormwater system.

 

About SPEL Puraceptor

 

SPEL Puraceptor is a full retention separator that treats all flows. It is to be sized to contain more than the anticipated maximum oil spillage — enabling it to be fully operational in treating stormwater runoff at all times. Know More
SPEL is happy to take any inquiries, and is ready to help with your requirements today! Contact Us

 

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