Cadagua wins contract for sewage water treatment plant in Poland

A consortium that includes Cadagua, has signed a contract with the Wrocklaw (Poland) municipal water company to remodel and expand the Janówek wastewater treatment plant there...

May 12, 2009 -- A consortium comprising Cadagua, the water technology subsidiary of Ferrovial Agromán, and Budimex, Ferrovial Agromán's subsidiary in Poland, has signed a contract worth €82.7m with the Wrocklaw municipal water company to remodel and expand the Janówek waste water treatment plant in Wrocklaw, in the southeast of Poland.

The objective of the contract, which has a 28-month execution period, is to expand the plant's capacity to 140,000 cubic meters from the present 90,000 cubic meters. The contract includes the installation of a thermal sludge drying plant with a capacity of 280 tons/day of dried sludge, and advanced biological treatment facilities including elimination of nutrients.

This plant will serve the city of Wroclaw, which, with close to 700,000 inhabitants, is one of the most important cities in the country from an economic point of view.

Cadagua's fifth contract in Poland
This contract is the fifth to be awarded to the consortium in Poland, which consolidates Cadagua's presence in the country and marks another step forward in its expansion into Eastern Europe.

The consortium's most representative contracts in Poland include the waste water treatment plant at Szczecinek; thermal sludge drying and incineration at the Lyna treatment plant in Olsztyn; cogeneration based on biogas and thermal sludge drying at the Cos treatment plant in the city of Poznan and the Jelenia Gora drinking water treatment plant.


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