Transneft Volga Region continues revamping of treatment plants at oil pump stations (PS). This year new production waste and storm water treatment plants are being constructed at Pokrovskaya PS, utility water treatment plants are being revamped at Lyubetskaya PS of the Samara Regional Oil Pipeline Directorate (RPD).
At Pokrovskaya PS metal structures of the treatment station building and two 100 m 3 impounding reservoirs for production waste and storm water have been installed, installation of the equipment and the overhead cable tray is continued, a two-section evaporation pond is being constructed.
An impounding reservoir for utility water and a septic tank have been installed, installation of sewer manholes and networks continues at Lyubetskaya PS.
All the work is carried out as part of implementation of the Transneft’s ecological development strategy.
The system of production waste and storm water treatment plants for Pokrovskaya PS has been designed by Moskvagiprotruboprovod, a branch of Giprotruboprovod. The latest developments in the sphere of industrial sewage treatment have been taken into account while designing the system. The capacity of treatment plants will constitute 5 cubic meters per hour, that is 115 cubic meters per day.
A three-phase circuit of sewage water treatment is to be installed at the facilities. Quality of the water at the outlet of treatment plants is to comply with the requirements set to fishery waters.
Commissioning of treatment plants at Pokrovskaya and Lyubetskaya PSs is scheduled for November 2017.
Within the scope of the Transneft’s ecological development strategy in 2013 production waste and storm water treatment plants were commissioned at the Krotovka LODS of the Buguruslan RPD, in 2014 treatment plants were commissioned at the Samara site of the Samara RPD. In 2016 revamping of production waste and storm water and utility water treatment plants was completed at Zenzevatka PS of the Volgograd RPD. By 2021 production waste and storm water and utility water treatment plants are to be revamped and constructed in eight more business units of the joint-stock company.