Water Treatment Plant in Warsaw to be modernized by Ferrovial


Water Treatment plant
Ferrovial through its subsidiary Cadagua, specialist in water infrastructure, has won the contract to modernize the Warsaw water treatment plant (Poland).
According to information from Europa Press, the company considers the contract of great strategic importance as it will extend the collabration with the city's Water Company, Warsaw MPWik, the most important one in the country.

Cadagua to improve water treatment process

The role that Cadagua will play at the water treatment plant will be to improve the Warsaw sewage systems which have the capacity to treat 100,000 cubic meters of water. The work that will be carried out includes the refurbishment of ozone production, electrical installation and control system equipment.  Also during the month of February 2016, a consortium led by Cadagua, designed, built and launched the Desalination Plant Al Ghubrah in Muscat, the capital of Oman. The project, based on reverse osmosis technology, is capable of producing 191,000 m3 of drinking water a day serving a population of 700,000 people in the metropolitan area of ​​Muscat.


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