Through our use of in-house designs and engineering skills, the best available treatment technologies are combined to produce a highly efficient sewage treatment system designed and built to suit the full range of field applications. Treated effluent from our sewage treatment plants can be readily used for water recycling projects in any areas where treated sewage waters are required or can be re-used.

From Feasibility to Construction

Martens has undertaken more than 500 wastewater engineering projects, and maintains extensive in-house expertise in a wide range of traditional and innovative wastewater management practices – which we readily apply to your unique project. Our wastewater engineering services cover:

  • Feasibility assessment and option evaluation
  • Concept designs
  • Detailed designs
  • Approvals
  • Project management
  • Construction and monitoring
Treatment Process Trains

Martens’ design flexibility allows natural processes to be specifically tailored to the clients’ requirements of space, water quality, and budget. We utilise a variety of processes to optimise each installation:

  • Inlet screens and structures
  • Anaerobic sludge lagoons
  • Outlet structures
  • PS Primary Sedimentation
  • ATF Aerobic Trickling Filtration
  • CFAS Continuous Flow Activated Sludge
  • IDEA Intermittent Decant Extended Aeration
  • IDEAL Intermittent Decant Extended Aeration Lagoon
  • TTS Tertiary Treatment Systems
  • MF Micro and Membrane Filtration
Development Solutions

Martens’ sewage treatment plant solutions have been installed in many development situations, including:

  • Airports
  • Camping grounds & caravan parks
  • Commercial developments
  • Hospitals
  • Industrial estates
  • Motels & hotel complexes
  • Residential subdivisions
  • Resorts and golf courses
  • Rest stops & comfort stations
  • Schools and universities
  • Shopping centres
  • Swimming centres

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Recent Projects
Goodnight Island, Greenwell Point, NSW
Twin Creeks Estate, Luddenham, NSW

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