Suez Environnement Wins $95M Wastewater Treatment Contract
Suez Environnement has won a â‚¬84 million ($95 million) contract to operate and maintain two wastewater treatment plants at Gabal El Asfar in Cairo, Egypt.
This contract was won in consortium with three Egyptian companies: DHCU, ARCOM and ICAT.
Cabal El Asfar is the biggest wastewater treatment facility on the east bank of the Nile. It has a processing capacity of more than 1,400,000 cubic meters a day, including a cogeneration plant fueled by anaerobic sludge digestion that produces up to 65 percent of the powered needed to run the facility.
Earlier this month Suez Environnement, via its subsidiary DegrĂ©mont, acquired Poseidon, a Canadian company specializing in separation systems for industrial water treatment, as well as B&V Group, a British company specializing in water treatment chemicals, equipment and services.
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