WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, DESIGN AND ENGINEERING
In collaboration with BioMicrobics Inc (United States), DOCOL undertook a groundbreaking project aimed at revolutionizing wastewater management in Somalia. The challenge was substantial: designing and engineering a complex wastewater processing system capable of handling over 100,000 liters per day of blackwater. Prior to our intervention, the client relied on wastewater vacuum trucks to remove over 60,000 liters per day from septic tanks at the location, incurring high daily costs and creating environmental concerns.
Our team, armed with 37 years of construction and engineering expertise, rose to the occasion. The project wasn’t just about saving costs; it was about conserving water and respecting the environment. We meticulously planned, engineered, and executed a system that not only met but exceeded all expectations.
The heart of the system was fabricated in the United States, attesting to our commitment to quality and precision. Upon arrival at the project site, our dedicated DOCOL Construction Engineering Team took charge. They worked tirelessly to ensure that every component integrated seamlessly into the existing infrastructure, guaranteeing that the system was efficient, sustainable, and environmentally friendly.
Through our expertise and unwavering commitment to excellence, we not only delivered a cost-effective solution but also contributed to the conservation of vital resources and the protection of the environment. This project stands as a testament to our dedication to modernizing Somalia and creating sustainable solutions for the challenges of today and tomorrow.