Shannon, Co. Clare, 09 Feb 2018: Chemifloc has completed its first STEM programme in conjunction with the Shannon Chamber, hosting Transition Year students from several secondary schools in the region including St. Patrick's Comp, Shannon, Crescent Comp & St Clements College Limerick & St Flannan's Ennis. Highlights of the day Included
Interactive presentations on Water & Waste Water Treatment,
Aluminium Hydroxide: Raw material sourcing, transport, manufacturing, chemistry,
Ferric Sulphate: Raw material sourcing, transport, manufacturing, chemistry.
The Chemifloc transport fleet: trucks, tankers, diggers JCBs MEWPs
Full Chemifloc H&S review: H&S in everything we do.
Full site tour of all aspects of manufacturing from raw material, reactions, pumping, storage and transport
QA Chemistry lab talk and experiments, including an elephants toothpaste demonstration
The Water Cycle: presentation
Water Treatment plant operation
Boliska Lough, Spiddal Co Galway water sample study
The Coagulation process overview
Full interactive hands on lab demo of Jar Testing procedures
Picture: Chemifloc Employees Fergal Gallagher & Fergal Lawless (far left) and Edwin Roycroft (far right)
with TY students during the Chemifloc STEM Programme
Chemifloc, which now employs over 45 people at its manufacturing facility in Smithstown and its storage facility in Foynes is one of Shannon’s longest established indigenous employers, manufacturing of chemical treatments used to produce safe drinking water for Irish homes and businesses and to protect the environment by treating wastewater since 1981.