Eramosa has been involved in a number of projects within the Region of Peel, including significant upgrades to both water and wastewater facilities.
The Region recently completed a demolition project for the removal of decommissioned and unused process facilities at the G.E. Booth Wastewater Treatment Plant (formerly Lakeview WWTP). Eramosa was responsible for the complete electrical and instrumentation & control equipment removal/reuse and relocation design as well as program modifications to the existing PLC5, ControlLogix programming modifications to the existing Wonderware InTouch HMI, site start up, and commissioning to accommodate the electrical equipment relocations.
Around the same time, the Region also undertook various upgrades at G.E. Booth for process improvements and efficiencies. The process upgrades included a new Chemically Enhanced Pre-Treatment polymer system, a waste oil handling facility and the relocation of an existing generator from the generator building to the Thermal Conditioning Facility. Working as a sub-consultant to Black & Veatch, Eramosa was responsible for the complete instrumentation & control design as well as program modifications to the existing PLC5, ControlLogix programming modifications to the existing Wonderware InTouch HMI, site start up, and commissioning.
In addition to this work, Eramosa has been involved in a project the Region recently completed for the installation of a gas chlorination facility at the Beckett Sproule Pumping Station in the South Peel Water System. A new chemical building was constructed on the site of the existing pumping station and reservoir to house the gas chlorination equipment. Eramosa was responsible for both the electrical, and instrumentation and control design as well as the gas chlorination building ControlLogix PLC and InTouch HMI programming, PCN development, and integration of the new gas chlorination facility at the Beckett Sproule Pumping Station. As a component of the project, Eramosa also designed a new Allen-Bradley Instrument Control Panel (ICP) to replace the Bristol Babcock Network 3000 RPUs at the original pumping station. Eramosa was responsible for the PLC programming, Wonderware InTouch HMI programming, commissioning, and integration of the new ICP with the new Beckett Sproule Pumping Station.
Besides these projects, we are also actively working towards the completion of several other projects within the Region. The Town of Bolton was previously serviced via the South Peel Water System by a single Elevated Tank located in East Bolton. The new West Bolton Elevated Tank was constructed to increase the existing storage capacity of the system and to help maintain pressures in Bolton water distribution system. Potable water is supplied to both the East and West Bolton elevated tanks from the Tullamore/North Brampton Pumping Station. Eramosa, as a sub consultant to CIMA+, provided instrumentation and control engineering design services and was responsible for the overall system integration services including development of a new Wonderware InTouch application.
The Alloa Reservoir and Pumping Station is a new facility to service Zone 6W and Zone 7W on the west leg of the South Peel Water system. Working as sub-consultant to R.J. Burnside, Eramosa is responsible for the incoming 44 kV electrical service design, 4160/600/208/240/120 V distribution design, instrumentation and control design as well as the SCADA system design. The project has an estimated completion date of 2018.