Sectors

Industry Sectors We Serve

Mining
Agriculture
Marine Aquaculture
Municipalities
Geothermal

Mining

The reinjection control systems developed and manufactured by Project Engineering have been used extensively as part of Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) programmes throughout remote Western Australia. Water being controlled through the reinjection systems ranges from fresh, brackish to highly aggressive hyper-saline. Our MAR units continue to maintain consistent flow rates of up to 120 litres per second.

Successful mining reinjection programmes help our clients with surplus surface water management through the control of water flow, bore levels and water pressure.

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Agriculture

Traditional water storage methods in agriculture include large dams and storage tanks where water is collected during the wet season, stored, and then accessed in the dryer months. The disadvantage of this method is the high evaporation loss. The low-cost artificial recharge systems Project Engineering has developed allows extraction and injection from the same bore which reduces setup costs and the use of aquifers as a storage medium will also reduce evaporation loss.

Marine Aquaculture

Project Engineering designs, supplies and services systems in the marine and aquaculture industries. We also procure, construct, and maintain pumping systems associated with seawater aquaculture growing and holding facilities.

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Municipalities

Water banking involves the collection of water during the high winter rainfall months and reinjecting it into a nominated aquifer. The aquifer works as a large storage vessel, as water is then extracted during the dry summer months for irrigation purposes. Project Engineering’s MAR unit provides a suitable means to control the injection flowrate and total amount of water injected into the aquifer.

Geothermal

The ongoing transition to sustainable energy has generated an increase in geothermal energy for both heating and air conditioning in industry and domestic projects. Project Engineering’s reinjection systems are now being utilised in the reinjection of water after heat energy has been removed, specifically reinjecting cooled water produced in aquatics centres.

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