RECENT PROJECTS

The Island School, Eluthera, Bahamas

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Clear Water Caribbean is proud to be selected by The Island School Eluthera, Bahamas, to replace their waste water treatment system. After an in depth evaluation of many technologies our Bioclere system was selected and Clear Water Caribbean is delivering the equipment in Feb. 2017 and will follow up with installation assistance and plant commissioning.

High school students from around the world come to The Island School year round, staying for a semester and are immersed in “…a rigorous course of study that includes field work in local ecosystems, explorations of local settlements and the socioeconomic impacts of development, and dynamic interaction with campus' sustainable systems, Summer Term students grapple with how communities – on an island in The Bahamas and beyond – can live most sustainably.”

This spring the Bioclere waste water treatment plant will be an appropriate addition to the schools sustainable infrastructure systems.

“We find that the students who attend The Island School return to us with increased environmental awareness and enhanced problem solving skills. For many, the experience seems nothing short of transformational.”

— Robert P. Henderson, Head of Noble and Greenough School

The Shore Club, Turks & Caicos Islands

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In December, 2014 Clear Water Caribbean was selected to design and build a state of the art waste water treatment plant for one of the most luxurious resort developments in the Caribbean.

This new nine acre beachfront resort will consist of 38 two & three bedroom suites and 6 villas with prices starting at $1.4 million. Clear Water is proud to bring advanced waste water treatment and pollution control to this outstanding $100 million project slated for occupancy in 2016.

UPDATE — “Turks & Caicos Islands.    The new Clear Water Caribbean waste water plant at The Shore Club was commissioned in Jan. 2016 ahead of schedule and on budget and is performing to specifications.”

Alexandra Resort, Turks & Caicos Islands

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In February of 2015 Clear Water Caribbean was selected to design and build a waste water treatment plant to replace the existing plant at this popular luxury resort on Grace Bay.

This 91 suite resort features in suite kitchens, a restaurant and spa. Our advanced waste water plant will provide a very high level of purification helping to preserve the magnificent beach front environment of Grace Bay.

UPDATE — “Turks & Caicos Islands.    The new Clear Water Caribbean waste water plant at The Shore Club was commissioned in Jan. 2016 ahead of schedule and on budget and is performing to specifications.”

Lynden Pindling International Airport, Nassau, Bahamas

Working with the foremost mechanical contractor in the southeast US and Caribbean, W.R. Nash & Sons, Clear Water Caribbean recently completed the water reuse system for the new Lynden Pindling International Airport Expansion Project in Nassau, Bahamas. From initial design through engineering, construction, supply, startup and training CWC provided a turnkey system that collects rainwater from the vast rooftops of the airport then filters, disinfects and stores the water. The recycled water is then used in the airport for toilet flushing, the primary consumer of water in the facility. Additionally, in excess of 60,000 gallons of the harvested rainwater is kept in reserve for fire suppression. The rainwater harvesting system will save the Nassau Airport Development Company tens of thousands of gallons per year of expensive water. Phase one of the new airport opened in February 2011.

Digicell Headquarters Building, Port au Prince, Haiti

This modern, 7 story office building was built to be a beacon of modern business in downtown Port au Prince and it still is. This challenging urban environment called for a unique wastewater treatment solution. CWC provided a simple to maintain, state-of-the-art biological treatment plant that fit an extremely small footprint, consuming little more than one parking space in their parking lot. The building and the treatment plant were not damaged in the earthquake and are operating today. Another building is planned for this development and CWC will be there.

A hospital in Haiti posed a different wastewater challenge…a difficult to treat wastewater stream and lack of real estate. CWC was able to treat their effluent to a high standard and install the wastewater plant under the building. The hospital and the wastewater plant are contributing to the relief efforts.

U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

CWC worked with one of our technology partners, Aquapoint Inc., to supply 6 waste water treatment plants to the US Navy to service schools, housing, hospital, offices and industrial sites at the Naval Station at Guantonimo Bay, Cuba (GTMO).

Georgetown, Exuma, Bahamas

Grant proposals, funding plan and preliminary design for a boat pump out system to service Elizabeth Harbor was prepared by CWC and subsequently funded by the UNDP and Global Environment Fund. This demonstration site was planned as a model for other locations in the Bahamas.

Boat Pump out Facilities in the Caribbean, NOAA

The US National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration tasked CWC to locate, map and publish boat pump out site in the Caribbean. CWC collected data and published on the internet the locations of boat pump out facilities, type of facilities, lat/long, and other particulars in one unified place on the web for easy reference. Additional research was conducted to create criteria, identify and rank the harbors most in need of pump out facilities in the Caribbean basin.

 
 
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