Focussing on the MEICA installation to increase water treatment capacity by 50%
The Bray Keleher Water Treatment Works (WTW) abstracts and treats a maximum of 45 Ml/d of river Thames water and is located on Monkey Island Lane, Bray, between Windsor and Maidenhead. The works is of strategic importance in maintaining supplies to the western region of South East Water (SEW). As part of the final determination of the AMP5 cycle, provision was made to increase the production capacity of the site form its then capacity of 45 Ml/d to the maximum Environment Agency abstraction licence of 68 Ml/d. This strategic vision was driven by the Water Resources Management Plan (WRMP) which seeks to identify measures required to ensure supply can be maintained while accounting for the long-term forecasts of consumption demand.