Dunfermline Waste Water Treatment Project
The Dunfermline Wastewater Treatment Works, located in North Queensferry, Scotland, is a crucial facility responsible for treating wastewater in Fife. It operates in using advanced processes, including physical, biological, and chemical methods, to remove pollutants from incoming wastewater, ensuring it meets strict environmental standards. The primary goal is to protect the local environment, including rivers and water bodies, from pollution. This facility is vital for preserving water quality, public health, and the overall well-being of the community and ecosystem in Dunfermline and its surroundings.
DID YOU KNOW?
Dunfermline served as the seat of power and the capital of Scotland from the reign of King Malcolm III and Queen Margaret in the 1th century until 1437. During this period, it was the centre of Scottish governance. However, the capital status shifted to Edinburgh after the assassination of James I in Perth in 1437.
KITE'S PART OF THE PROJECT
Kite took pride in contributing to Dunfermline's safety initiative by providing tubular handrails and walkway systems, which encompassed tubes, tubular sticks, stair treads, and open mesh flooring. These guardrail systems were installed around the sludge tanks and walkways in the chemical treatment area, ensuring the safety of both engineers and visitors by preventing falls.
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