Wastewater management contract awarded to VA Tech Wabag in Istanbul, Turkey

Indian water and wastewater company VA Tech Wabag has secured a $50 million a year contract from utility Istanbul Water and Sewage Administration (ISKI) to operate and manage the city’s entire wastewater system...

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Indian water and wastewater company VA Tech Wabag has secured a $50 million a year contract from utility Istanbul Water and Sewage Administration (ISKI) to operate and manage the city’s entire wastewater system.

The Hindu’s BusinessLine reported that Wabag’s Turkish subsidiary won the bid in an international tender and had previously been handling the operation and maintenance for over six months as part of a two-year contract that is extendable.

As part of the project to treat municipal and industrial effluent, three treatment plants will be built, as well as a 23 MW biogas power plant.

Earlier this month the Indian company won an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contract to supply a 40,000 m3/day wastewater treatment plant at Al Madina Al Shamaliya in Bahrain.

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