- Cadagua has been selected by for the construction and operation for 20 years of wastewater treatment infrastructures in Utebo (Zaragoza) for more than 61 million euros
- The news infrastructure, designed for a population of 70,000, will start to operate in April 2018
The Aragon Institute of Water has awarded Cadagua, a Ferrovial Agroman's subsidiary, the construction and operation for 20 years of the necessary wastewater treatment infrastructures at Utebo, Zaragoza. The project is worth more than 61 million euros. The contract also envisage the execution of two discharge facilities for pumping wastewater, a relief facility for pumping rainwater to the river Ebro and a 19 kilometre collector network. The new WWTP at Utebo will serve 70.000 people in five towns in the province of Zaragoza (Utebo, La Joyosa, Pinseque, Sobradiel and Torres de Beerrellen) and three neighbourhoods in the capital city (Casetas, Garrapinillos and Villarrapa). It is expected to start to work as of april 2018 Cadagua also has many WWTP management contracts, such as Sur and Rejas (Madrid), Bens (Coruña), Paterna-Fuente del Jarro (Valencia), Pilar de la Horadada (Alicante), Vilaseca-Salou (Tarragona), Rioja Alta-Najerilla and Yalde (La Rioja). Cadagua currently operates 130 treatment plants providing service to a population of 10.5 million people.