Thames Water Kempton Park Innovation Centre

Large Building with access to reservoir stored water and sewer connection.

Thames Water Kempton Park Innovation Centre

Large Building with access to reservoir stored water and sewer connection. Six 300m3 rectangular tanks on site. Plentiful power supply. Pilot hall and workshop. Outdoor research compound with pipe rigs. Water main sample storage.

Type of Facility

 

  • Standard lab facility performing routine analysis.
  • Specialist facility.
  • Pilot facility.
  • Physical rigs.
  • ‘Soft’ facility – for computer based modelling etc.
  • Large facility.
  • Inspection systems.
  • Testing/demonstration facility.
  • Live site.

Application

 

  • Distribution.
  • Drinking water.

Comments: Cell above is protected. Large managed bankside storage reservoirs with lowland River Thames water.

Type of Technologies that can be tested

 

  • Transforming (treatment).
  • Monitoring.
  • Measuring.
  • Sensing.

Availability For Use By Others


Open to offers.

Cost of Use By Others
TBA.

Willingness To Partner
Yes.

Ambitions For Development
Improve alternative stored water source from Staines aqueduct .
Seeking to expand scope of the facility.

Mobile Pilot Plants

Containerised units: Yes.

Services and Capacity

 

  • Flow rate :
    Up to 5 Ml/d.
  • Area :
    Indoors 30m * 15m, outdoors 100m2.
  • Power supply :
    3 phase 415volt.
  • Full access to all sizes of plant.

Status of the Facility

 

  • Currently operating and resourced with services, staff etc.

Access to Facility

  • Available to others.

Contact details

Address: Kempton Park Water Treatment Works, Snakey Lane, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 6XH.

Website:

Contact Name: Dr Michael Chipps

Contact Tel: 07747 640299.

Email: michael.chipps@thameswater.co.uk

Additional Assets

RGF pilot plants, DAF.

Ownership

 

  • Private company.
  • Other.

Comments: Water Utility operational site.

Funding Partners

Fully TW funded.

Regulatory issues / constraints

  • No constraints – All discharges go to sewer.

Supported by:

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