Scotland: INNOQUA demo site in Littlemill
Littlemill is located in the north part of Scotland, in the Highlands. It has a population of approximately 16 people (subject to seasonal variation) living in approximately 14 households. The entire village of Littlemill is served by wastewater treatment works (WWTW) consisting of submerged aerated filters (SAF).
The INNOQUA system will treat a portion of the wastewater from the Littlemill village.
Design Capacity: 1.5m3/day
Source of Wastewater: Toilets, kitchens, bathrooms
Specific Scientific Research Objectives:
To assess the potential for the INNOQUA technology to be implemented at a small-scale domestic site with a foul only sewer system, and in potentially severe weather conditions.
In Scotland the INNOQUA system consists of a lumbrifilter and a daphniafilter. It is installed to treat a side stream from an existing WWTW submerged aerated filter (SAF).
Littlemill WWTW, Nairn,
Scotland, IV12 5QL
Operated by INNOQUA partner:
For questions or to arrange a site visit, please contact:
Project Manager, Research & Innovation at Scottish Water