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TS 112
Process and Instrumentation
Diagrams (P&ID)
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Revision: 2.0
Date: 16 December 2015

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TS 112 - Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID)

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00.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water . 02/11/2015 Approvers Role Signature and Date Responsible Discipline Lead 1 7 /1 2 /2 0 1 5 Mark Stephens X S ig n e r 's N a m e S ig n e d b y : S T 0 0 2 5 1 6 Manager Engineering Technical Services 2 3 /1 2 /2 0 1 5 Murat Aksoy X S ig n e r 's N a m e S ig n e d b y : A K 0 0 3 3 0 5 Senior Manager Engineering Services 2 3 /1 2 /2 0 1 5 Richard Gray X S ig n e r 's N a m e S ig n e d b y : G R 0 0 1 9 6 4 Reviewers Role Revision 2.0 16 December 2015 M Stephens Comments Template: Technical Standard Version 4.0 .TS 112 .0 14 August 2015 M Stephens 2.Technical Standard Document Controls Revision History Revision Date Author 1.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Name Revision Review Date Page 3 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .

...................................... 6 1..................................... 17 Appendix B Treatment Plant Area Numbers ................................ 24 B4 Christies Beach WWTP .............................4........................2 Equipment Designation Code ..........................2 SA Water Documents.............................................................................. 9 4.......................................................................................................................................................Technical Standard Contents 1 Introduction ....................Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water ............................ 8 4...............................................4 Bolivar Mawson Lakes .1 General .. 13 4................................................................................................................. 22 B3 Glenelg WWTP .................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 5 Drawing & Drafting Requirements ........................................................................................ 9 4........................................ 14 Appendix A P&ID Standard Drawings ........................................ 8 4 P&ID Requirements ..........................................................8 Existing Numbering and Tagging Conventions ............................................................................................................................ 8 3 Precedence ............................................................ 8 4.........................................................1 General .......................................6 Pressure Piping Hazard Levels ...2 Glenelg to Park Lands Treatment Plant (GAP) ....................2 Glossary..................................................................7 Summary Equipment Technical Information ............ 9 4...............................5 Instrumentation ............... 20 B1.............................................................................................................................................................................3 References ..................................................................... 27 Revision 2................................................3 Piping Designation .... 18 B1.......2 Process Flow Designation ....................... 23 B3............................................... 10 4........ 23 B3.....................................................4 Definitions ............................................. 25 B5 Water Treatment Plants ..........4 Equipment Designation .......................................... 11 4.........................1 Treatment Plant .................1 Introduction ............................2 Tie-in or Termination Points (TPs) ..................... 9 4........16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 4 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .................................................................................... 6 1............................................................. 16 A2 4003-00001-02..............................................2..............................2 DAFF Plant.................. 11 4.............................. 18 B1 Bolivar WWTP .....................................................................................................3...................................0 ............................................................... 10 4............................. 6 1......... 6 1...................................1 Australian and International ........................2...................1 Purpose .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 B2 Port Adelaide Re-Lift PS (PARPS) ...... 7 2 Scope .....................................................................................................................3........TS 112 ...................................................................1 Piping Designation Code ..........................................................................................4.............................................................2 Process Flow Tag Format ....... 10 4.......... 15 A1 4003-00001-01....3......................................... 18 B1........................................................ 6 1...........3........................................... 19 B1................1 Treatment Plant ... 6 1........................................3 High Salinity Plant ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 4...................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 4............................................

................. 10 Figure 3 .................Example P&ID hazard classification for a liquid chlorine draw off system ....................TS 112 .............Technical Standard List of figures Figure 1 .0 .......... 12 Revision 2....................................Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water ...... 11 Figure 4 .......16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 5 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .................................. 13 List of tables Table 1 ..................SA Water hazard level classification.............................List of typical chemical fluids and typical hazard level rating used by SA Water ... 9 Figure 2 ........ 12 Figure 5 ................................. 12 Figure 6 ...........Example summary equipment information (located top of page) ......Typical process flow tag format for incoming process flow (left of page) ...Typical instrument identification symbol.................Typical termination point indicator...................

0 .1 Purpose The purpose of this standard is to detail minimum requirements to ensure that assets covered by the scope of this standard are constructed and maintained to consistent standards and attain the required asset life. Symbolic Representation ISO 3511-4 Industrial Process Measurement Control Functions and Instrumentation. This standard has been developed to assist in the design.2 Glossary The following glossary items are used in this document: Term Description SA Water South Australian Water Corporation TG SA Water Technical Guideline TS SA Water Technical Standard 1. and management of this infrastructure. maintenance. construction.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) 1 SA Water . Symbolic Representation 1.3.3.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 6 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .3 References 1.TS 112 .Technical Standard Introduction SA Water is responsible for operation and maintenance of an extensive amount of engineering infrastructure.2 SA Water Documents The following table identifies the SA Water standards and other similar documents referenced in this document: Number Title TS 95 Requirements for Technical Drawings 4003-00001-01 P&ID Standard Drafting Symbols Chart 4003-00001-02 P&ID Standard Drafting Symbols Chart Revision 2. 1. 1.1 Australian and International The following table identifies Australian and International standards and other similar documents referenced in this document: Number Title AS 1101 Graphical Symbols (numerous Parts are listed as obsolete and are to be used for historical reference only) ISO 3511-3 Process Measurement Control Functions and Instrumentation.

16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Superintendent’s Representative (e.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water . including (as applicable):    Responsible Discipline Lead Revision 2.g.) SA Water Project Manager SA Water nominated contact person The engineering discipline expert responsible for TS 112 defined on page 3 (via SA Water’s Representative) Page 7 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .0 .4 Definitions The following definitions are applicable to this document: Term Description SA Water’s Representative The SA Water representative with delegated authority under a Contract or engagement.Technical Standard 1. AS 4300 & AS 2124 etc.TS 112 .

0 . fittings. P&IDs shall be revised for each subsequent phase of the project or works. the systems must be consistent in format with the specified systems and shall be defined on the drawing where they are used and/or in a master legend for the set of drawings. equipment. 3 Precedence Where symbols or codes differ across the relevant standards the following order of precedence shall apply. This Technical Standard and Standard Drawings 4003-00001-01 and 4003-00001-02 specify numerous coding systems for use in P&IDs. In this case. and for all SA Water projects.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) 2 SA Water . and process plant in a representative and sequential arrangement on the basis of product flow paths.1 Introduction A P&ID shows information on piping. A P&ID is not drawn to scale.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 8 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded . Reference to drawings shall also be taken as reference to drawing sheets. Refer to TS 95 for explanation of the SA Water drawing-and-sheet system. It is generally consistent with Australian and International Standards and with water industry practice. P&IDs may be prepared prior to the Concept Design stage as appropriate. actuated. This Technical Standard specifies P&ID content and format. Where hydraulic elevations and levels of equipment are important to the process. they may be developed on an individual project basis. this information shall be shown on the P&ID by referring to Elevation (EL) with respect to the Australian Height Datum (AHD). and automatic operation.TS 112 . If coding systems are required for other attributes. and particular SA Water requirements. This Technical Standard and SA Water Drawings 4003-00001-01 and 4003-00001-02 supersede all previous SA Water documentation on this subject. instrumentation. Where multiple P&IDs are required. SA Water requires P&IDs to be prepared at the Concept Design stage for all plant and systems that include operable elements or instrumentation. The P&ID layout does not necessarily reflect physical arrangements. Reference to this Technical Standard shall also be taken to include reference to SA Water Drawings 4003-00001-01 and 4003-00001-02. The code formats specified in this Technical Standard and the codes specified on Standard Drawings 4003-00001-01 and 4003-00001-02 are specifically for use on P&IDs but may be used in other applications as appropriate (often on a general arrangement drawing showing a P&ID tag reference on a pipe. in descending order:  SA Water TS 112 and supporting Standard Drawings 4003-00001-01 and 4003-00001-02  Australian Standard 1101 (as current and applicable)  ISO Standard 3511  Custom symbol or code 4 P&ID Requirements 4. valve and/or other equipment for process clarity). the layout shall be logical and sequential across the drawings and the break up between the drawings or sheets shall be based on plant or process areas. Revision 2.Technical Standard Scope This Technical Standard (TS) shall apply to all the Process / Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) produced for or by SA Water. Operable elements include manual.

where possible. as well as text describing the source and/or destination of the stream.3. Flows shall leave P&IDs at the sides. P&IDs shall show the primary process streams. Example: Incoming process (service) water from a booster pump on a previous sheet might be designated as shown in Error! Not a valid bookmark self-reference.3 Piping Designation 4. The distinction between line styles must be such that it is clearly evident on a drawing printed at A3 size.1 Piping Designation Code Piping designation shall be in the form: DIAM-FLU-MATL-XXX Where:  DIAM is the pipe size. below: Process Water from Booster Pump XXXX Drawing YYYY-XXXXX-XX Figure 1 .1 General The flow direction of main process streams shall. Process streams leaving or entering drawings or sheets shall have a “process flow tag” at the side of the drawing indicating the direction of flow.2.2 Process Flow Designation 4. pipes and/or equipment shall be shown in a solid heavy-weighted line distinct from the line for the existing process streams.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 9 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .Technical Standard 4.0 . Additionally. pipes and/or equipment in a solid heavy weighted line type – clearly identifying the primary process. pipes and/or equipment shall be shown in a light weight. 4.Typical process flow tag format for incoming process flow (left of page) 4. Existing process streams.2. pipes and/or equipment.2 Process Flow Tag Format Process flow tags shall contain the following information as appropriate:  FLUID code or description with source or destination  EQUIPMENT Name and Number  DRAWING NUMBER of source or destination drawing. either nominal or actual  FLU is the Fluid Code for the contained fluid as per Standard Drawing 4003-00001-02  MATL is the pipe Material Code as per Standard Drawing 4003-00001-02  XXX is the line number (optional) Example: An effluent pipe of 200 diameter polyethylene on line 006 might be designated as 200-EFFHDPE-006 Revision 2. be from left to right.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water . broken and/or dotted line.TS 112 . not at the top or bottom. New or proposed process streams.

16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 10 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded . Where more than one TP is used. 4.TS 112 .4.2 Equipment Designation Code Equipment designation shall be in the form: EQPT-LOCN-XXX where:  EQPT is the equipment or valve title abbreviation which often includes the fluid identifier and may be project specific  LOCN is the location code (letters or numbers) – this refers to the location of the equipment within a treatment plant for example.3.4 Equipment Designation 4.g. each point will be designated with a unique identification number as shown in Figure 2 below: Figure 2 . a treated water pump which could be abbreviated to TWP).4.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water .2 Tie-in or Termination Points (TPs) New work that ties in to existing works at the termination points for contracts shall be designated with the Termination Point (TP) symbol. not a geographic location/township. Any new equipment added to a particular location shall be incremented numerically from the existing equipment in that location.Technical Standard In all cases where codes are used that are not shown on Standard Drawing 4003-00001-02 they shall be defined on the drawing where they are used and/or in a master legend for the set of drawings. Equipment details shall be vertically aligned to the respective equipment on the P&ID.0 . Equipment may be designated and numbered with respect to location as appropriate.1 General Equipment titles shall be functionally descriptive in terms of process and generic in terms of equipment type (e.Typical termination point indicator 4. 4.. and is optional depending on the size and complexity of the plant  XXX is the equipment number Examples:  A process water pump 2 in a chemical dosing area might be designated as PRWP-CHEM-002  A manual ball valve might be designated as HV-010  A process globe valve (pressure sustaining) in a chemical dosing area might be designated as PV-002-009  A compressor at the Happy Valley WTP might be designated as CO-096-300  A chlorinator at the Happy Valley WTP might be designated as CH-096-001 Revision 2.

4. Instruments may be designated and numbered with respect to location as appropriate.Typical instrument identification symbol The instrument number shall be shown inside or near the equipment symbol on the P&ID.0 . typically acids pH<2 or alkalis pH>11) Hazard level C (low hazard): harmful fluids or powders.g.TS 112 .5 Instrumentation Instrumentation names and symbols shall be as per Standard Drawing 4003-00001-01. All chemicals and process fluids are grouped into one of three hazard level categories: Hazard Level B (medium (average) level hazard): very harmful fluids.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water . supernatant. Any new instruments added to a particular location shall be incremented numerically from the existing instruments in that location. etc… (e. typically all water and wastewater streams and normal process air Revision 2.g. The equipment designation shall be shown inside or adjacent to the equipment symbol and/or representation on the P&ID. chlorine gas. corrosive or high temperature fluids Hazard Level E (negligible hazard): non-harmful fluids or powders. sludge. wastewater chemicals.. etc…). powders. combustible.. low strength acids or alkalis.6 Pressure Piping Hazard Levels SA Water requires P&IDs to nominate and show the piping hazard level ratings according to the product (e.Technical Standard The equipment numbering/naming system shall be as advised by or agreed with SA Water Engineering. 4. In all cases where codes are used that are not shown on Standard Drawing 4003-00001-02 they shall be defined on the drawing where they are used and/or in a master legend for the set of drawings.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 11 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded . Instrument numbering shall be in the form: INST-LOCN-XXX where:  INST is the instrument title abbreviation  LOCN is the location code  XXX is the instrument number Instrument identification shall be as shown in Figure 3 below: Figure 3 . digester gas.

TS 112 . compressed E Aluminium Sulphate (Alum) (50% solution) B Ammonia.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water .SA Water hazard level classification Piping hazard level symbols shall be shown on each process stream/pipe (i. Anhydrous (100% gas/liquid) B Ammonia. positioned at left and right per drawing sheet and across the full process stream) . Aqua (25% solution)Ammonia Solution B Calcium Hydroxide (Hydrated lime) (up to 20% slurry) B Calcium Oxide (Quicklime) (up to 20% slurry) B Chlorine (100% liquid & gas) B Chlorine Solution C Citric Acid (50% solution) C Diesel / Fuels C Ferrous Chloride (42% solution) B Fluorosilicic Acid (20% solution) B Formic Acid (up to 85% solution) B Hydrochloric Acid (up to 10% solution) B Hydrogen Sulphide (up to 400 ppm in Sewer Gas) C Revision 2.List of typical chemical fluids and typical hazard level rating used by SA Water TYPICAL FLUIDS USED BY SA WATER SA WATER TYPICAL HAZARD LEVEL FOR PIPING Activated Carbon (PAC) (up to 10% slurry) E Activated Silicate B Air.e. Typical process fluids encountered in SA Water systems.Technical Standard The piping hazard level rating shall be shown on P&IDs using the symbols as shown in Figure 4 below: Figure 4 .. and their associated piping hazard level ratings.0 .see the example as shown in Figure 5 below for a liquid chlorine system. Figure 5 .Example P&ID hazard classification for a liquid chlorine draw off system Table 1 . are listed in Table 1 below.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 12 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .

duty. equipment descriptors. power and energy ratings. duty arrangement. Figure 6 . fresh & sea water (including wastewater) E Water. compressed (100% liquid & gas) B Polyelectrolytes (various) (> 60% solutions) E Potassium Permanganate (5% solution) C Sodium Carbonate (Soda Ash) (Assume 15% solution) E Sodium Chloride (Saturated Brine) (up to 25% solution) E Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda) (up to 50% solution) B Sodium Hypochlorite (13% solution) B Sodium Silicate B Sucrose (Liquid Sugar or Molasses) (up to 67% solution) E Sulfamic Acid (30% solution) B Sulphuric Acid (98% liquid) B Water. A typical example is shown in Figure 2Figure 6 below.7 Summary Equipment Technical Information The top of the P&ID drawing sheet shall be reserved for all equipment technical information. hot or steam (including wastewater) C 4. capacity.TS 112 . It is possible that existing numbering and tagging conventions exist for Revision 2. such as process equipment titles.0 .Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) TYPICAL FLUIDS USED BY SA WATER SA Water .Technical Standard SA WATER TYPICAL HAZARD LEVEL FOR PIPING Magnesium Hydroxide (60% slurry) E Methane or Natural Gas (Digester gas: 70% Methane) B Oxygen.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 13 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .8 Existing Numbering and Tagging Conventions There may be occasions where new capital plant needs to be retro-fitted and/or interfaced with existing operational plant.Example summary equipment information (located top of page) 4. number and size.

This rule only applies to work associated with a site and/or plant that has an established convention and where introduction of a new convention would lead to operator and maintenance staff confusion and error.e.Technical Standard specific sites. presented and numbered in accordance with TS95 “Requirements for Technical Drawings”. Symbols and representations used on P&IDs shall be as per Standard Drawings 4003-00001-01 and 4003-00001-02.0 . 5 Drawing & Drafting Requirements P&IDs are considered to be Engineering Drawings. designers shall engage with plant operators and/or the contract superintendent’s representative to establish if a site has an existing (and established) numbering and tagging convention. managed. formatted (i. They shall be prepared.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water .16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 14 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded . Any established convention identified within the design phase of a new project shall be communicated back to SA Water Engineering for assessment and confirmation. At the commencement of design works..TS 112 . Revision 2. line types and styles).

0 .TS 112 .Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) Appendix A SA Water .Technical Standard P&ID Standard Drawings Note: P&ID standard drawings included in this appendix were those current at the time of issue of this standard and are subject to change without notice. Revision 2.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 15 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded . The current revision of these drawings at any point in time is available from the SA Water Website Standard Drawings page.

16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 16 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .TS 112 .Technical Standard A1 4003-00001-01 Revision 2.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water .0 .

16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 17 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .TS 112 .Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water .Technical Standard A2 4003-00001-02 Revision 2.0 .

Recycle & Effluent Pumps DAFT Sludge Tank & Sludge Pumps Compressed Air System DAFT Bottom Sludge Pumps SLUDGE DIGESTION 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 B80 Digester 1 Digester 2 Digester 3 Digester 4 Digester 5 Digester 6 Digester 1 & 4 Sludge Recycle Pumps Digester 2 & 3 Sludge Recycle Pumps Digester 5 & 6 Sludge Recycle Pumps DIGESTED SLUDGE & GAS HANDLING 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 B90 Bolivar Digested Sludge Pumps Gas Separation Facility Digested Gas Burners Digester Gas Mixing Compressor System Digestor Gas Turbine Booster Compressor System Port Adelaide Glenelg Sludge Booster PS Sludge Dewatering (Centrifuge) Plant Digester Gas Fired Standby Boiler EFFLUENT WATER SYSTEM 91 92 93 94 95 Potable Water (General) Ferrous Chloride Dosing Fluoride Storage Page 18 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .0 .16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Area Sub Area B60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 B70 Description DISSOLVED AIR FLOTATION THICKENERS DAFT 1 DAFT 2 DAFT 3 DAFT 4 DAFT Effluent Tanks.Technical Standard Treatment Plant Area Numbers B1 Bolivar WWTP B1.1 Area Treatment Plant Sub Description Area B00 01 02 03 04 05 GENERAL Plant Site.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) Appendix B SA Water . Hazardous Goods Store HV & LV Substation Site Electrics Main Switchroom Existing Main Plant Control Room 11 12 13 RAW SEWAGE INLET WORKS & ODOUR CONTROL WORKS Salisbury Pump Station Adelaide Pump Station Screens and Inlet Channel 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 GRIT REMOVAL & PRIMARY SEDIMENTATION Primary Sedimentation Tank 1 Primary Sedimentation Tank 2 Primary Sedimentation Tank 3 Primary Sedimentation Tank 4 Primary Sludge Pumps Grit Hoppers & Pumps Primary Effluent Wet Well & Pumps 31 32 33 34 ACTIVATED SLUDGE REACTORS & AERATION BLOWERS Activated Sludge Reactor 1 Activated Sludge Reactor 2 Activated Sludge Reactor 3 Activated Sludge Reactor 4 41 42 43 44 SECONDARY SEDIMENTATION TANKS RAS Pump Station 1 RAS Pump Station 2 RAS Pump Station 3 RAS Pump Station 4 51 52 53 PRIMARY GRAVITY THICKENERS Thickened Primary Sludge Pumps PGT Scum Tank & Scum Pumps PGT Effluent Tank & Effluent Pumps B10 B20 B30 B40 B50 Revision 2.TS 112 .

2 Area SA Water . Chem.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Area 60 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 20 Sub Description 61 62 63 64 RECYCLE DISPERSION SYSTEM Saturation Vessel #1 (Modules 1-3) Saturation Vessel #2 (Modules 4-6) Saturation Vessel #3 (Modules 7-9) Saturation Vessel #4 (Modules 10-12) 71 72 73 CHEMICAL DOSING Alum. Dosing Building Alum. Bypass & Contact Channel Page 19 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .Technical Standard DAFF Plant Sub Description Area 00 NOT USED 10 Area GENERAL Siteworks Electrical Control/Machinery/Switch Build.2 & 3 Control Weir Lagoons 4.Potable) 30 40 50 Revision 2. Dosing Polymer Dosing Chlorine Dosing 81 82 BACKWASH AND SLUDGE HANDLING Wash Water Recovery System Sludge Transfer System 91 92 93 TREATED WATER OUTLET WORKS Plant Sampling & Analysis Laboratory Sampling & Analysis Flow Split.5 & 6 Raw Water Pump Station 80 21 22 23 DAFF PLANT STAGE 1 DAFF Module 1 DAFF Module 2 DAFF Module 3 DAFF Module 4 DAFF Module 5 DAFF Module 6 90 31 32 33 34 35 36 41 42 43 44 45 46 DAFF PLANT STAGE 2 DAFF Module 7 DAFF Module 8 DAFF Module 9 DAFF Module 10 DAFF Module 11 DAFF Module 12 51 52 53 54 55 MACHINERY ROOM Backwash System Air Scour System Compressed Air System Plant Water System (Potable) Plant Water System (Non .TS 112 .Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) B1.0 . Tank Area Chlorine Building Instrument and Control 70 RAW WATER INLET WORKS Control Weir Lagoons 1.

5 Mixed Liquor Return & WAS PS No.3 Area SA Water .TS 112 . 1 Sequencing Batch Reactor No.Technical Standard High Salinity Plant Sub Description Area S00 01 02 03 04 S10 S20 21 22 23 24 25 S30 31 32 33 34 35 36 S40 Sub Description Area GENERAL Plant site HV & LV Substation Site Electrics Main Switchroom S60 NOT USED S70 NOT USED PLANT INLET Plant Inlet Distribution Box S80 NOT USED Foul Air Collection Odour Scrubber Unit Odour Control Plant Chemical Dosing & Storage SBRs & AERATION BLOWERS Sequencing Batch Reactor No.1 Mixed Liquor Return & WAS PS No.3 Mixed Liquor Return & WAS PS No. 3 Sequencing Batch Reactor No.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) B1.4 Mixed Liquor Return & WAS PS No. 6 41 42 43 44 45 46 MIXED LIQUOR RETURN & WAS PUMPS Mixed Liquor Return & WAS PS No.2 Mixed Liquor Return & WAS PS No. 5 Sequencing Batch Reactor No.6 51 52 53 54 OUTFLOW & DISINFECTION SYSTEMS Effluent Pump Station UV Disinfection Facility Effluent Outfall Gravity Overflow S50 Area Revision 2.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 S90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 DAFT GENERAL DAF Thickener DAFT Recycle Compressed Air & Instrumentation Air Systems DAFT Transfer System DAFT Effluent System DAFT Sludge Tank & Transfer System SITE UTILITIES Potable water Fire Services Effluent Water SBR Underfloor Drain Sump Station No. 2 Sequencing Batch Reactor No. 1 (South) SBR Underfloor Drain Sump Station No.0 . 4 Sequencing Batch Reactor No. 2 (North) Page 20 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .

Technical Standard Bolivar Mawson Lakes Sub Description Area M00 M01 NOT USED M20 NOT USED M30 NOT USED M40 NOT USED M50 NOT USED M60 NOT USED M71 M80 Sub Area Description GENERAL Plant Site M10 M70 Area CHEMICAL DOSING Chlorine Dosing NOT USED M90 M91 PUMPING STATION Potable Water Revision 2.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 21 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .4 Area SA Water .Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) B1.TS 112 .0 .

16 December 2015 For Official Use Only SITE UTILITIES 91 92 93 94 95 96 Page 22 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .Technical Standard B2 Port Adelaide Re-Lift PS (PARPS) Area Sub Description Area P00 Area Sub Area Description GENERAL Plant Site HV & LV Substation Site Electrics Main Switchroom Dry Well P70 NOT USED 01 02 03 04 05 FEEDER PUMP STATIONS Fulham Gardens Pump Station West Lakes Pump Station Woodlake Pump Station (SPS No.0 . 202) Queensbury Pump Station Royal Park Pump Station (SPS No.198) Port Adelaide Pump Station Ethelton Pump Station Port River Outfall Return Pump Station P80 NOT USED 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 INLET WORKS Inlet Screens.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water .TS 112 . Washer Units & Conveyors Grit Removal System Foul Air Collection Odour Scrubber Unit Odour Control Plant Chemical Dosing & Storage P90 21 22 23 24 25 31 32 33 RELIFT PUMP STATION DRY WELL Emergency Gas Driven Pumpset Dry Well Sumps Pump Station Ventilation Systems 41 42 43 TRANSFER PIPELINE Transfer Pipeline-PARPS to South Rd Expressway Transfer Pipeline-South Rd Expressway to Dry Creek Transfer Transfer Pipeline-Dry Creek Transfer to Bolivar High Salinity WWTP P10 P20 P30 P40 P50 GLENELG / PORT ADELAIDE PS P60 NOT USED Revision 2.

General Light & Power) On-Site Power Generation (Power Generation) Area G60 G70 Chlorination Carbon / Molasses Dosing SLUDGE TREATMENT 70 71 72 73 74 75 Inlet Screens Vortex Grit Removal & Grit Handling Description CHEMICAL DOSING 61 62 63 64 65 66 Fire Detection and Evacuation System Stormwater Drainage PRELIMINARY TREATMENT Inlet WWPS Sub Area WAS Pumping WAS Thickening Filtrate WAS Thickening Sludge Dissolved Air Flotation Thickener (DAFT) DAFT Thickened Sludge Tank Inlet Works Foul Air Collection Inlet Works Odour Control Plant PRIMARY TREATMENT Grit Removal (Old) Primary Sed.TS 112 .16 December 2015 For Official Use Only G80 80 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 G90 90 DIGESTION Digester Gas Detection System Digester Gas Ventilation System Sludge Digester 1 Sludge Digester 2 Sludge Digester 3 Sludge Digester 4 Sludge Digester 5 Sludge Digester 6 Digester Hot Water System Digester Gas System TERTIARY TREATMENT Effluent Pumping Page 23 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded . Tank 2 Primary Sed. Tank 3 Primary Sed. Tank 4 Raw Sludge Pumps Foul Air Removal Duct SECONDARY TREATMENT Air Blowers Aeration Tank B1 Aeration Tank B2 Aeration Tank B3 Aeration Tank B4 Aeration Tank C1 Aeration Tank C2 Aeration Tank C3 Aeration Tank C4 Aeration Tanks D G40 CLARIFIERS & RAS G50 NOT USED Revision 2.1 Area Treatment Plant Sub Description Area G00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 G10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 G20 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 G30 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 GENERAL/SITE UTILITIES HV Supply Mains Natural Gas Supply Site Electrical (inc.Technical Standard B3 Glenelg WWTP B3. Tank 1 Primary Sed.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water .0 .

16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Comp Room Ventilation Chlorine Storage Chlorination Chlorination Sampling/Quality Monitoring Post CL2 Sampling/Quality Monitoring Post UV TREATED WATER STORAGE 70 71 72 73 Transfer PS Basin 1 Transfer PS Basin 2 Sample Pump Post Cl2 80 80 81 82 83 TRANSFER PS Transfer Pumps Transfer Large Pumps Surge Vessel Surge vessels Air Transfer PS ventilation G80 UF Feed Pumps UV Reactors CHEMICAL DOSING 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 20 21 22 G30 ULTRA VIOLET 50 51 52 53 54 G90 EFFLUENT 90 91 92 Chlorine Booster Pumps Page 24 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .0 .Technical Standard Glenelg to Park Lands Treatment Plant (GAP) Sub Description Area G00 Area Sub Description Area GENERAL 00 01 02 G10 G50 PRELIMINARY TREATMENT 10 11 12 13 14 G20 G60 Effluent PS Screens Screens Waste FEED WATER FEED PUMPS 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 G70 G40 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 ULTRA FILTRATION Sample Pumps CIP General Scour Air Blowers Inst Air UF CIP Recirc UF CIP Hypo UF CIP Citric Acid UF CIP Sulphuric Acid UF CIP Waste UF BW Pumps Revision 2.Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) B3.2 Area SA Water .TS 112 .

Technical Standard B4 Christies Beach WWTP Area Sub Description Area GENERAL Plant Site Electrical – HV Sup. LV Bld. Transformers.16 December 2015 For Official Use Only Page 25 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .DAFT/Dewatering Polymer Dosing .RSTs Membrane Chemical Cleaning System 71 72 ROTARY SCREW THICKENERS RST Thickening RST Thickening Filtrate Return 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 SLUDGE DIGESTION Digester 1 Digester 2 Digested Sludge Recirculation Digested Sludge Transfer Digested Sludge Disposal Digested Sludge Supernatant Digester Hot Water System Digesters 3 and 4 (Future) Digester Gas Handling and Conditioning DAFT Cell 1 DAFT Cell 2 TERTIARY TREATMENT & OUTFALLS 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 A Plant Sludge Wasting B Plant Sludge Wasting C Plant Sludge Wasting DAF THICKENERS 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 CHEMICAL DOSING Ethanol Dosing Chlorine Dosing Inlet Works Foul Air Collection Inlet Works Odour Control Plant GRIT REMOVAL AND PSTs Primary Sedimentation Tank A1 Primary Sedimentation Tank A2 Primary Sedimentation Tank B1 Primary Sedimentation Tank B2 Primary Sludge and Scum Pumping 40 Description Vortex Grit Removal/Flow Splitting C Plant Fine Screens 21 22 23 24 25 30 Area 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 Workshop/Administration Areas INLET WORKS 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Sub 101 102 103 104 105 110 UV Disinfection Effluent Outfalls and Reuse Recycled Water Transfer Pump Station (SURP) SLUDGE CONDITIONING Sludge Hydrolysis DIGESTED SLUDGE DEWATERING 111 112 113 Digested Sludge Dewatering (Centrifuges) Digested Sludge Loading Sludge Dewatering Odour Control DAFT Effluent System DAFT Sludge System DAFT Compressed Air System DAFT Bottom Sludge Pumps Revision 2.TS 112 ..Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water ./Dist. On–Site Power Generation 60 Area 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 10 20 70 Inlet Screens 80 ASRs & AERATION FACILITY ASR A1 ASR A2 ASR B1 ASR B2 ASR C1 ASR C2 90 31 32 33 34 35 36 SECONDARY SEDIMENTATION 100 41 42 43 50 Polymer Dosing .0 .

TS 112 .0 .Technical Standard Area Sub Description Area 230 SITE UTILITIES 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 Potable Water Fire Fighting Natural Gas Process Water Site Waste Pump Station Liquid Waste Disposal Station Page 26 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .16 December 2015 For Official Use Only SA Water .Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) Area Sub Description Area 120 C PLANT MEMBRANE SEPARATION 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 C Plant Membrane UF Train 1 C Plant Membrane UF Train 2 C Plant Membrane UF Train 3 C Plant Membrane UF Train 4 C Plant Membrane UF Train 5 C Plant Membrane UF Train 6 C Plant Membrane Process Pumps C Plant Mixed Liquor Recycle Revision 2.

Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) SA Water .16 December 2015 For Official Use Only 90 CHLORINATION 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 Page 27 of 27 Uncontrolled When Printed Or Downloaded .0 .TS 112 .Technical Standard B5 Water Treatment Plants Area Sub Description Area 00 GENERAL Area RAW WATER 20 60 SLUDGE PROCESSING 70 Fluoride Dosing Lime Dosing Alum Storage Poly Storage Fluoride Storage Lime Storage TREATED WATER STORAGE 70 71 72 73 74 75 SEDIMENTATION / FLOCCULATION 80 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 40 Alum Dosing Poly Dosing CHEMICAL STORAGE 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 CHEMICAL DOSING 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 10 11 12 13 14 15 Description Area 50 00 01 02 03 04 05 10 Sub TREATED WATER PUMPING 80 81 82 83 84 FILTRATION 40 41 42 43 44 45 Revision 2.