Canal de Isabel II will assign 2.28 million to improve purification at Sevilla la Nueva - Canal de Isabel II will assign 2.28 million to improve purification at Sevilla la Nueva
Canal de Isabel II will assign 2.28 million to improve purification at Sevilla la Nueva
The investment is in alignment with the Canal de Isabel II objective for its water to achieve the highest level of quality
- The works will take 12 months and they will double the purification plant’s treatment capacity.
Canal de Isabel II will assign a total of €2,281,656.31 to the works to complete the expansion of the Sevilla la Nueva wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). This contract will have a schedule of 12 months, and it will be awarded by the Board of Directors of the public company. The object of the investment is to finish the works that will guarantee purification of the wastewater of the municipality of Sevilla la Nueva.
This town has a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that services the centre and several residential complexes. The existing facilities, which began operating in 2004, were designed for an average flow of 1,230 m3/day and a contaminating load corresponding to 6.000 inhabitant equivalent, with the aim to expand to double capacity, that is, 2,460 m3/day and 12,000 inhabitant equivalent.
A BOOST TO ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND CARE FOR RIVERS
These works will allow for the maximum processing capacity and will ensure a correct purification of the town's wastewater, both in quantity and quality, in alignment with the public company's strategic objective to place itself at the highest level of purification of its water and to ensure the utmost care in the quality of the water that is returned to rivers.
Canal de Isabel II was founded almost 170 years ago to supply water to the city of Madrid. It employs over 2800 people who work every day to serve more than 6 million people in the region. It is an innovative company, a leader in its sector and recognised worldwide for its management of the integrated water cycle.
It operates 13 reservoirs; 78 groundwater catchments; 17,601 km of water supply and distribution network; 131 drinking water and 133 wastewater pumping stations; 15,083 km of sewage networks; 65 storm tanks; 157 wastewater treatment plants; and 615 km of reclaimed water network.