Iraqi Ministry of Municipalities has finalized the deal with Drake & Scull International subsidiary turnkey contract worth AED 86 million for clinching a waste water treatment plant in the city of Kerbala.
The project was granted to Passavant Roediger by Al Hanan Contracting Company. According to the contract, the design of the sludge treatment system of the plant based on anaerobic sludge digestion, which includes energy recovery and generation from biogas, will be made and built by Passavant Roediger.
The treatment plant will also set up 12 sludge digesters and each of them has the capacity of 3,400 square meters. All of them will be equipped with the propriety Passavant Roediger Sequential Gas Lance Mixing System.
The patented anaerobic sludge digestion technology of Passavant Roediger’s decreases sludge volumes and makes it harmless in order to provide secure discharge. It allows the upturn of energy from the organic matter as well.
Dr Mazen Bachir MD of Passavant Roediger expressed his delight for being chosen to contribute to the redevelopment of the significant infrastructure of Iraq. He said that their international experience and patented technology would allow the implementation of an optimal treatment process tailored to the sophisticated requirements of that high scale project.
He also said that their modern digesters would guarantee energy saving operations and reduced use of chemical substance that is required for the treatment process, which ensures efficiency and long term profitability for the client.
Source [Steel Guru]