PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Sewage Treatment Plant in Wroclaw is a mechanical-biological sewage treatment plant with chemical-assisted removal of phosphorus and full sludge processing.The goal of the third phase of development and modernization of the Sewage Treatment Plant was to increase the capacity from an average of 70 000 to 140 000 m³/d per day, and to fulfill more stringent standards of water leaving treatment and entering to the river.

Rehabilitation

  • Settlement tanks
  • Sludge pump stations

New Structures

  • Digester dome
  • Sludge treatment building
  • Apron and retention tanks
  • Pits and slabs of decanting zones

New Structures

  • Grit chambers
  • Primary and secondary settlement tanks
  • Digestion chambers
  • Sludge dehydration buildings
  • Biomass tank

SIKA SOLUTIONS

Sika could provide a technical solution for each application:

Preliminary and secondary settlement tank walls:

Sika® Repair-30 F – Repair mortar
Sika® Poxitar F – epoxy coating (3 layers)

Preliminary and secondary settlement tank floor:

Sikafloor®-156 – epoxy levelling mortar
Sika® Poxitar F – epoxy coating (3 layers)

Top of tanks and driving range:
Sika® Elastomastic TF – 3 mm highly mechanical and chemical resistant epoxy polyurethane hybrid
Sikaflex® PRO-3 WF – chemical resistant polyurethane sealant

Pumping Station:

Sika® Repair-30 F – as levelling mortar
Sika® Poxitar F – epoxy coating (3 layers)

Digestion chambers:

Sika® Repair-30 F – as levelling mortar
Sika® Poxitar F – epoxy coating (3 layers - laminated)

Project participants
Investor: MPWiK Wroclaw
Main Contractor: Budimex S.A. Cracow
Subcontractor: Nycz, Niwa, Chemex, Kadakryl