With an operating footprint in every mainland state, TRILITY works closely with customers in municipal, industrial, resources and environmental sectors, managing operations that include small, purpose-built plants and large-scale infrastructure.
‘Experience, integrity and the ability to deliver 24 hours a day are crucial when it comes to delivering water utility services to Australians,’ said TRILITY Managing Director Francois Gouws.
‘Our employees have a comprehensive understanding of the Australian water sector that enables TRILITY to deliver a full range of solutions, while focusing on delivering quality services day after day.’ TRILITY manages multiple long-term projects, incorporating water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants, multiple water re-use schemes and major desalination plants.
The company’s commitment to investing in local talent has seen it expand its capability into local businesses such as Hydramet, which specialises in equipment and systems for chlorination, water treatment and chemical metering. ‘We’re always encouraged by the extensive prospects that come with such acquisitions, given our steady expansion of the company’s presence in every state,’ Mr Gouws said.
TRILITY recently announced that it will be partnering with Queensland’s Unitywater as part of the delivery of a major design-buildoperate- maintain contract for the rehabilitation of the Redcliffe Sewage Treatment Plant in South East Queensland. ‘TRILITY is proud to be part of this project,’ Mr Gouws said. ‘Our presence in Queensland is already substantial and this new partnership will ensure that the Redcliffe Sewage Treatment Plant will continue providing efficient and effective services to the Redcliffe community.’
The plant services residents and businesses on the Redcliffe Peninsula and surrounding areas and, once at full operating capacity, will cater for approximately 70,000 people. ‘TRILITY continually strives to improve its capabilities, has a best-practice policy that finds the right solution for each client, and is dedicated to the Australian water sector by providing a quality service to thousands of customers every day,’ said Mr Gouws.
A high level of coordination and cooperation with local communities is essential for delivering water services to millions of Australians every day. This level of collaboration with local government is evident across all TRILITY-managed facilities throughout Australia including South Australia, where the company operates and maintains more than 15 facilities. Riverland Water comprises 10 water treatment plants serving a population of 150,000 people living in more than 90 communities along the Murray River.
Other projects across regional South Australia include the Victor Harbor Wastewater Treatment Plant, Waikerie Wastewater Scheme, Berri Barmera Reuse Scheme and the Onkaparinga Wastewater Treatment Plant. TRILITY also recently reached an agreement with the Adelaide Hills Council to operate and maintain the Birdwood Wastewater Treatment Plant for at least the next 12 months.