Veolia Water to Design-Build Sewage Treatment Plant in Philippines

Oct. 20, 2011

Sewage plant is designed to process 100,000 m³ per day at capacity

OTV, a subsidiary of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, in partnership with civil contractor Sta. Clara, have signed a $62 million (USD) contract to design and build Manila Water Co.’s Marikina North Sewage Treatment Plant in the Philippines.

Located along the eastern part of Metro Manila, Marikina City is one of the progressive urban areas of Metro Manila. The project will be undertaken in line with the wastewater program of Manila Water to achieve the goal of expanding the wastewater collection network in an overall effort to improve the water quality of Marikina River.
The sewage treatment plant has been designed to have a processing capacity of 100,000 m³ per day and will include a new inlet plant, preliminary treatment, SBR biological treatment as the core treatment process and disinfection by chlorination for the wastewater treatment line. A new sludge dewatering facility will also be provided, as well as an odor treatment system and noise abatement measures.

Source: Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies

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