Canal de Isabel II, S. A., through its Department for the Construction of Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Facilities, is the developer of the Soto Gutiérrez WWTP. The plant was built by FCC Construcción S. A., and technical assistance was provided by a consortium composed of Euroconsul and Getinsa/Payma. The objective...
  Canal de Isabel II, S. A., through its Department for the Construction of Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Facilities, is the developer of the Aranjuez WWTP. The plant was built by a consortium composed of GS Inima and Asteisa, and technical assistance was provided by Técnicas Reunidas, S. A. The Aranjuez...
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The Faro-Olhão Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is located 2 km east of the city of Faro. It treats some of the wastewater produced in Faro, along with the wastewater from the city of Olhão, which has enabled the decommissioning of the settling pond systems previously used to treat this...
  Introduction The Bello Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is located in the municipality of Bello, where Empresas Públicas de Medellín (Medellín Publicly Owned Enterprises) have lands with a surface area of 45 hectares. The municipalities of Medellín and Bello are located in the Aburrá Valley in the centre of the Department...
Ecocentral Granada is a mechanical-biological treatment facility where municipal solid waste from the province of Granada is processed. It is located in the municipality of Alhendín, around 15 km south of the city of Granada. For the purpose of reducing diffuse emissions, the Provincial Council of Granada and the...
  The automation of the two lines gives each line a capacity of 7.2 t/h for the treatment of part of the packaging fraction. The design objectives of the two automated lines that form part of the Las Dehesas plant are as follows: • Maximum operating flexibility • High degree of automation...
The plant features a reception pit of 5,000 cubic metres and five treatment lines, each with the capacity to process 40 tonnes per hour. These lines are equipped with over 30 optical sensors to separate paper, board, glass and different types of plastic. The facility is also fitted with...
  The Gabal El Asfar wastewater treatment plant (WTTP) on the outskirts of Cairo (Egypt) has successfully completed its Proving Period Test. The Proving Period Test involves a series of operational trials in the plant to ensure that it performs according to established criteria and that it complies with all...
The new Lagares Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) forms part of the “Vigo Sanitation Plan”. It is the result of the response to the serious pollution problems of the Vigo Ria (estuary) on the part of the three public authorities involved: the Spanish Ministry of Ecological Transition (MITECO), through state...