Stoktevijver - Zomergem pressure drainage

Stoktevijver is a pilot project headed by TMVW in which all utilities are involved: Eandis, Telenet, Belgacom, Aqua-rio and TMVW itself. Coordination and communication are of vital importance given the extensive synergy.

The total trench route is around 4 km long, divided into 2 stages, qnd subdivided into 6 blocks. After laying the cables and the water pipe, the necessary home connections for electricity and drinking water are installed by our teams. The electrical home connections (42 in total) are installed underground by 2 new connections teams with Eandis pass cards. Afterwards we also remove all superfluous aboveground pipes.

 

Most of the old sewer connections emptied into the open canals. These are now all connected to a new separate sewer system with pressure lines of Ø75. The transport of the waste water is assisted by 16 pump sumps, driven by 2 CVK cabinets that control all the supply and signalling cables between the pump stations. The canals are being reassessed, since they will only contain rainwater after being cleared and re-profiled. The whole route will then have a completely separate waste water and rainwater drainage system.

 

Where there are no basins, a gravitational rainwater collector Ø400 will be buried over a distance of ± 1 km.

After the utilities pipes are installed, the roads and cycling paths will be reconstructed and restored.

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The total trench route is around 4 km long, divided into 2 phases, subdivided into 6 blocks. After laying the cables and the water pipe, the necessary home connections for electricity and drinking water are installed by our teams. The electrical home connections (42 in total) are installed underground by 2 new connection teams with Eandis passes. Afterwards we also remove all superfluous aboveground pipes.

 

Most of the old sewer connections emptied into the open canals. These are now all connected to a new separate sewer system with pressure lines of Ø75. The transport of the waste water is helped by 16 pump sumps, driven by 2 CVK cabinets that control all the supply and signalling cables between the pump stations. The canals are being reassessed, since they will only contain rainwater after being cleared and re-profiled. The whole route will then have a completely separate waste water and rainwater drainage system.

Where there are no basins, a gravitational rainwater collector Ø400 will be buried over a distance of ± 1 km.

 

 

After the utilities pipes are installed, the roads and cycling paths will be reconstructed and restored.

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