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Case Studies

Coates Muswellbrook

As a leading provider of equipment hire services, Coates aims to ensure the cleanliness and optimal condition of their equipment, offering quality services to their customers. The decision to opt for a modular wash bay solution for their new Muswellbrook

Blaxland Waste Management Facility

Have you ever wondered how waste is managed in one of Australia’s most pristine regions? In this case study, you’ll find out about the innovations used to manage odour at a major facility in NSW


VICT commissioned a project to complete an enclosed wash bay to clean their fleet of autonomous container straddles and fleet vehicles. They needed a system to conserve and recycle the water from the wash bay.

St Marys Freight Hub

St Marys Freight Hub needed a quarantine wash bay to efficiently clean shipping containers as they come into the freight hub. Cleanawater recommended, manufactured and installed a sustainable solution.

Lucas Heights Resource Recovery Park

Lucas Heights Resource Recovery Park asked CleanaWater to find a way to reduce odours that were leading to complaints from local residents and businesses.

Phebra Pty Ltd

Phebra was opening a new research facility and required treatment for wastewater prior to discharge into the sewer. See how Cleanawater helped.

Boom Logistics

Boom Logistics needed a wash bay to efficiently clean a fleet of heavy machinery. Cleanawater recommended, manufactured and installed a sustainable solution.

Agricultural Business

The client needed a wash bay for their equipment, and needed it to be portable in anticipation of growth and change in the industry. See how Cleanawater helped.

Vortex Group

Vortex Group acquired new premises and needed a wash bay to clean returned equipment. Cleanawater provided a cost-effective, portable solution, on time and within budget.

Swinburne University

Swinburne Uni needed to clean earth moving equipment. Cleanawater used a portable wash bay with oil water separator and kept their discharge water compliant.

Sugar Australia

Sugar Australia needed to control their effluent water to satisfy local water authorities. Cleanawater implemented a recirculating pH dosing unit.

Toll Group Darwin

Here's how we were able to help Toll Group with a complete water treatment and recycling solution. One which met their needs and which satisfied AQIS criteria.

Magic Hand Car Wash

Magic Hand asked Cleanawater to find a way to make their car wash bays more water-efficient – without increasing ongoing costs. The new system also had to keep pace with a consistently high volume of vehicles.

Qube Energy

Qube Energy needed a complete water treatment solution. A solution which met AQIS criteria as well as trade waste requirements without necessitating a sewer point, as none were available for use.

Veolia Water Ballarat

We assisted Veolia Water with preparing for oil spills through the use of a new hydrocyclone oil separator at their Ballarat location.

Aitkin Cranes

Aitkin Cranes had recently constructed an unroofed heavy industrial wash bay. The problem was it did not comply with water authority regulations. They needed a flexible solution that would bring their wash bay up to requirements.

KW Doggett Fine Paper

KW Doggett Fine Paper needed a flexible solution to bring their unroofed wash bay up to requirements. Because of the prohibitive cost of erecting a roof, KW Doggett needed a cost-effective alternative.

New Age Caravans

When New Age Caravans relocated to their new facility in 2013, they needed a wash down and testing facility. Calling on decades of expertise in supplying wash bays, Cleanawater recommended a custom solution to the brief.

Otobai Wholesalers

Following its 2007 relocation to North Melbourne, Otobai needed to build a new wash bay that adhered to strict AQIS requirements.

We installed a custom solution in a single day, meaning no disruption to Otobai's business.

Barrick Gold

Barrick had operational concerns about their HV wash pad. The pad's oil water separator was not discharging consistently and was often blocking due to an ingression of sludge.

After conducting a thorough site audit, Cleanawater supplied a solution that could be retrofitted to their existing infrastructure.


Byrnecut needed a cost-effective way to remove oil from the water before it was transferred to the water treatment system. As their workshop was to be decommissioned within a few months, the solution also needed to be portable.

Cleanawater identified belt oil skimmers as the ideal solution.

Oceaneering International

Oceaneering International was due to relocate and required a wash down pad for their vehicle fleet. The oily wash water would need to be treated to water authority standards before being discharged to sewers.


In line with their environmental policies, Freeport-McMoRan needed to upgrade a heavy vehicle wash pad to meet standards.

Oily water with high levels of solids was being discharged to a mine site creek – their 10,000L coalescing plate separator was undersized and constantly breaking down and they needed a new solution.

How we help our clients

For more than 20 years, Cleanawater has led the Australia’s market in water treatment and recycling solutions.

We take pride in providing a range of small to large businesses with solutions tailored to meet their specific requirements.

Cleanawater are suppliers and manufacturers of water treatment solutions. Depending on your business needs, we can supply off-the-shelf plug and play solutions or custom build a water treatment solution tailored to your requirements.

All of our water treatment systems are authority compliant and have helped a range of businesses exceed their own strict environmental discharge standards.

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Cleanawater's end-to-end process

Step 1

Designing the product plan

Cleanawater’s project engineers will visit your site, mark and assess the parameters. Specific requirements for your project will be accounted for during this phase.

Step 2

Creating 3D models

The team will create conceptual 3D models of the product. We’ll perform predictive flow and performance analysis tests before beginning the manufacturing phase.

Step 3

Manufacturing your system

We begin creating your wastewater treatment system, specifically designed for your mining application.

Step 4


We’ll install the system at your site. We’ll test all aspects of the product to make sure it performs, all without interrupting your operations.

Why choose CleanaWater?

CleanaWater leads the Australian market in water treatment and odour treatment system design, manufacture, installation and servicing.

As your one-stop water & odour treatment provider, we're committed to providing the right solution for your business. Our award-winning products are engineered for performance, economy and ease of use. That includes both custom-built and off-the-shelf units approved by all major water authorities.

Our comprehensive after-sales service includes 24/7 support from experts in your area. So you can always speak to somebody who understands your local market.

We distribute nationwide with fast, efficient delivery of off-the-shelf systems. And we'll install, service and maintain your equipment on a schedule that suits you – ensuring minimal downtime.

It means superior results and outstanding value for your investment.

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