Water reclamation


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Water reclamation

Reuse of effluent from wastewater treatment facilities through irrigation, land application, or other recycling methods.
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What was once an aging wastewater treatment plant was converted into a water reclamation plant.
'The success story of the Maynilad Water Reclamation Facility completion and the 92-percent compliance rate of Paranaque City to sewer connectivity including its firm resolve to clear more than 5,000 out of the 8,000 informal settlers living along esteros and rivers in the city should now become the template for all other local government units covered by our concessionaires,' Velasco said.
Shodeen Vice President David Patzelt said he did not expect any problems getting the water reclamation district on board.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Sewerage Bureau built the water reclamation facility to produce reclaimed water that is made from clean water of the Secondary Sedimentation Tank.
Once completed, the water reclamation facility will allow Maynilad to recover some 88 million liters per day (MLD) of potable water, which will be enough to supply 88,000 households.
PUB, Singapore's national water agency, has chosen CH2M to deliver the Tuas Water Reclamation Plant, a key component of PUB's Deep Tunnel Sewerage System Phase 2 project.
The sanitary sewers are in the Cook County portion of the Village, and are tributary to the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago.
Aegion Corporation (Nasdaq:AEGN) on Monday announced the award by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago of a USD12.4m contract for its Infrastructure Solutions platform.
The conference will tackle a range of issues involving water reclamation and reuse in all areas of social and economic life.
The first MOU will besigned between Sembcorp and Tianjin Lingang Industrial Area (TLIA) Construction and Development Co to explore forming a joint venture to build, own and operate a 12,000 cubic metres per day water reclamation plant in the TLIA.
The mammoth DTSS conveys used water from homes and industries through a 48-km long deep tunnel sewer that runs 20 to55 metres below ground to a centralised water reclamation plant for treatment.