Activated sludge contracts awarded in Punjab, India
The Amritsar Sewerage Project in Punjab, India has awarded two contracts worth a combined value of AED103 million (US$23 million) for the construction and operation of two wastewater treatment plants...
The Amritsar Sewerage Project in Punjab, India has awarded two contracts worth a combined value of AED103 million (US$23 million) for the construction and operation of two wastewater treatment plants.
Passavant Energy & Environment, a wholly-owned German subsidiary of Drake & Scull International (DSI) PJSC, based in Frankfurt, Germany will undertake the contracts for the two 95,000 m3/day projects based on the Activated Sludge Treatment Process in North and South Zones of Amritsar, Punjab.
Under the terms of the agreement, Passavant Energy & Environment will undertake design and construction, including installing, testing, commissioning and five-year operation of two wastewater treatment plants.
Dr. Mazen Bachir, managing director of Passavant Energy and Environment, said: “The water and wastewater treatment sector is currently witnessing a significant growth in India with the rise in demand for highly advanced wastewater treatment and waste to energy technologies.”
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