World Suez wins a very large contract in India
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The contract, lasting 20 years, relates to the management of the water A part of Bombay and "strengthens Suez's position on one of its most important and most promising international markets"
very large contract won byin India. The French Water and Waste Management Group announced Tuesday, September 27, that it has won a 20 -year contract worth 700 million euros for water management of a part of . It is for the French group of the most important contract in its history, in value, in India. "It reinforces Suez's position on one of its most important and most promising international markets," said the group, a new entity that has been the assets of the historic Suez since February and that the competitor Veolia could not keep At the end of a resounding OPA.
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This announcement comes the day when the management of this "new Suez" presented its development strategy, focused on its two cores, water and waste. The contract was signed with the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM), a public authority in charge of water management of the Indian megalopolis. Suez will provide the design, construction and operation of a wastewater treatment plant with a capacity of 500,000 m3, in the Worli district, which has 2.5 million inhabitants.
according to Suez, the treatment of chlorine-free effluents must meet the strictest quality standards and their rejection in the sea of Oman will contribute to more preserve aquatic and marine biodiversity. Up to 50% of the treated effluents will also have to be retired for reuse of water for non -potable purposes. Biogaz produced on site will generate up to 39 GWh of green electricity per year, which will allow the factory to be 75%self -sufficient, according to the press release. Suez has been operating since 1978 on the water and wastewater market in India, where it operates more than 250 factories, for communities and industries.
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