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News Veolia Wins Contract for Wastewater Treatment Plant

Veolia Water, as part of a consortium, wins the design & build contract for the wastewater treatment plant for the town of Angers in France. The Angers-Loire Métropole Communauté d'Agglomération (Metropolitan Community) has awarded a design & build contract for the new wastewater treatment plant for the town of Angers to Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies subsidiary, OTV France and its partners. This contract, worth a total of around 55 million euros (almost 21 million euros for the share of work going to Veolia Water), includes demolition of the existing plant and construction of a completely new plant on the La Baumette site.

Construction of this new plant has been awarded to a consortium composed of OTV France (Veolia Water), leader of the consortium, Sogea Construction, Sogea Atlantique, Blandin Fonteneau (Eiffage group), IRH and the architects Le Priol and Coquereaumont.

The new plant will cover an area of 90.000 m2. Treatment capacity will be increased to 285,000e/hr, or 65,000 m3/day, with a peak capacity of 5,500 m3 /hour in wet weather. The technical solution includes primary treatment, secondary treatment by biofiltration using the patented Biostyr® simultaneous nitrification/denitrification process, tertiary treatment for phosphorous, sludge digestion and thermal drying. The plant is to be delivered at the end of 2011.

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News type Inbrief
File link http://www.aquamedia.at/templates/index.cfm?id=19276
Source of information Aquamedia
Keyword(s) Wastewater Treatment Plant
Subject(s) DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION : COMMON PROCESSES OF PURIFICATION AND TREATMENT
Relation http://www.emwis.net/countries/fol135532/country271458
Geographical coverage France
News date 06/09/2006
Working language(s) ENGLISH
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