The need to meet the increasing requirements for improved water quality is often reached by optimising existing water treatment plants. Optimising existing systems is simpler from a resources and timeframe point of view.
Typical reasons for renovation a water treatment plant are:
The first stage before renovating an existing plant consists of deciding which parts need to be replaced and which can stay. This decision will be made based on the goals that the renovation is aiming to achieve.
A second stage will include a project schedule with decommissioning, installation and commissioning times and a rough costs estimate. This schedule is a critical part of the renovation project as will provide a first estimation of downtime/shutdown as well as impact on the overall water plant production. In many occasions the water supply cannot be interrupted and new processes will have to be installed and commissioned before the old water treatment equipment is decommissioned.
Schedule and budget estimate must both be approved by all stakeholders as part of the go/no-go decision.
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