Installation of Two South Surrey Odour Control Facilities


Metro Vancouver

Completed Date

May 2022

Project Description

The South Surrey Interceptor is a series of interconnected sanitary sewers owned and operated by Metro Vancouver that convey sanitary sewage from the communities of Delta, Surrey, and Langley to the Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant (AIWWTP).

As Prime Contractor for this current and ongoing project, Tritech is responsible for the construction of two multi-stage odour control facilities that will provide odour control for Metro Vancouver’s South Surrey Interceptor.

The project is being completed in two phases at two sites and includes the supply and installation of the following equipment at both facilities

  • biotrickling filter/biofilter vessels, mist eliminators, carbon scrubbers, foul air fans, neutralization tank, nutrient tank, and ancillary mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and controls equipment
  • all mechanical components for both facilities including pumping equipment, process piping and valves, flow measurement, and plumbing systems
  • Electrical, instrumentation and control systems including electrical kiosk, MCC, BCH incoming equipment, facility area control panel, heat tracing, lighting, and instruments
  • Programming control of the odour control system using a new PLC control system for each facility
  • All auxiliary equipment, structures, and sitework including drains, sewers, watermains and systems required to complete the work for both facilities
  • Testing and commissioning of the new equipment and auxiliaries
  • Coordination with the City of Surrey and the City of Delta for tie-ins to City services and construction within public rights-of-way
  • Equipment and operating training to the Corporation’s personnel
  • Grading and Landscaping and the construction of gravel driveways and facility platforms
Phase I included the completion of the Highway 91 Facility and included the purchase of equipment for the Phase II King George Equipment.  Phase II included the completion of the King George Facility.

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