The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts center in Sydney. It is one of the 20th century’s most famous and distinctive buildings. The building and its surrounds occupy the whole of Bennelong Point on Sydney Harbour adjacent the Royal Botanic Gardens and close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Sydney Opera House
AOM Australia equips the Sydney Opera House – the most iconic Australian building – in commercial kitchen exhaust filtration equipment
Sydney’s most iconic building, the Opera House, attracts millions of visitors a year. The building has numerous food and beverage tenancies, which are located under the structure. Any discharge of kitchen exhaust can only be done at street level. Visible smoke and / or significant odour emissions are not acceptable around such a venue.
AOM equipped the Opera House with AOM SCRUBBOX Series Electrostatics Precipitators to ensure particle filtration of the kitchen exhaust (mainly grease particles) and AOM Series Ozone Generators to mitigate the intensity of the cooking odour. The additional benefits of the grease filtration include a significantly decreased the fire risk of the exhaust system.
The equipment was supplied in 2017. Since then, the equipment has been work to specifications and the kitchen exhaust has been fully treated.
Local project experience in Sydney CBD means AOM Australia is well placed to support the local Council approval process
AOM Australia has equipped numerous tenancies and building in and around the Sydney Harbor front. From restaurants in the historic Rocks district to major developments around Circular Quay and the Opera House Building, all place their confidence in AOM equipment. Sydney City Council is one of the most stringent local Councils when it comes to kitchen exhaust discharge treatment requirements. AOM’s wealth of local project experience means that we are well place to support the local Council approval process.