Name change and new headquarters for wastewaster solution group

Tuesday, 24 June, 2008

Australasian wastewater solutions group Contra-Shear Technology is expanding its industrial and municipal services and technologies from a new headquarters established in Sydney.

The company has also changed its name to CST Wastewater Solutions to reflect its expanded scope as it moves to its combined office and warehouse in Roseville.

Managing director Michael Bambridge said the new facilities will help the company broaden its industrial and municipal services and equipment focus, while retaining the full range of mechanical and process technologies that have made it a provider of wastewater treatment solutions throughout Australia and New Zealand, with projects also completed in Europe, Asia, Africa and America.

The company's range of proprietary wastewater treatment equipment — which is manufactured to ISO9001 and EEC standards of safety and design — includes: water and wastewater screening; grit removal and dewatering; septic receival stations; dissolved air flotation; sedimentation systems and clarifiers; shaftless conveyors; sludge dewatering; lime handling; silo systems; continuous sand filters; microfilters and screens; solar-powered circulation; UV disinfection; ozone treatment and anaerobic treatment.

The company also provides expert assistance with equipment and system selection, design, installation and maintenance, as well as operation of wastewater treatment systems and delivery of complete packaged plants.


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