An Allied Pumps' 20 metre line of fertile wetland was recently installed in the Peel estuary. The islands are a natural filtration and biological treatment system that assists in the reduction of waves while improving water quality and providing a haven for both terrestrial and marine wildlife.
The design engineer of Vincent Street, Leederville was presented with substantial difficulties in achieving sufficient detention for stormwater generated by a new development. The completed design employed a single line of SPEL HDPE Stormchambers with a high-level entry from the syphonic roof drainage system and a high-level exit to an Allied Pumps Packaged Stormwater Pump Station.
Five ore trains per day operate from the Roy Hill Mine, each consisting of two diesel electric locomotives hauling 232 ore cars with a total payload of 31,132 tonnes of ore. Roy Hill needed large bulk diesel facilities to rapidly fuel all ore trains to meet production and delivery schedules.
Specific areas of Island Point shoreline in Mandurah have become vulnerable to erosion caused by waves generated by strong easterly breezes. As a result, the City of Mandurah needed to coordinate a foreshore stabilisation scheme.