By Joshua Kirby
Suez SA said Friday that it has won a number of contracts to provide waste-water treatment services in the Philippines and China, worth a total revenue of around 91.7 million euros ($107.8 million).
The French waste-and-water treatment company said it won a contract in Metro Manila in the Philippines to develop a sewage-treatment plant, as well as to operate and maintain the plant for one year. The Aglipay sewage-treatment plant will be based in Mandaluyong city and will be the country's biggest with a daily capacity of 60,000 cubic meters, Suez said.
The company said it has also signed a number of contracts in China. Suez will provide Wanhua Chemical Group Co. with waste-water treatment units and facilities to process concentrated waste-water in Shandong province, it said. The processes used will allow Wanhua to recycle ozone exhaust gas in its biochemical treatments, cutting carbon emissions, Suez said.
Suez will also provide water-treatment solutions, equipment and services to Shenghong Petrochemical Group at the Lianyungang Petrochemical Industrial Base, it said. "The solution turns waste into resources and will reduce carbon emissions by 8,123 [metric] tons a year," Suez said.
The company also signed a number of other industrial and municipal waste-water treatment contracts in China, with a combined daily capacity of more than 1 million cbm, it said.
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