THE LARGEST SINGLE SEWAGE PUMPING STATION IN THE WORLD

Posted: Tuesday 2nd August 2011

BIWATER STARTS WORK ON A HK$810 MILLION (£63 MILLION) SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS CONTRACT IN HONG KONG.

The joint venture between Biwater Man Lee Limited (BML) and Sun Fook Kong (Civil) Limited has commenced work on the expansion of the existing Stonecutters Island Sewage Treatment Works in Hong Kong which forms part of the massive Harbour Area Treatment Scheme (HATS). The contract which was signed in March 2011 is valued at HK$2.38 billion (190 million).

This contract plays a critical part in the HATS Stage 2A Scheme for the expansion of the existing Stonecutters Island Sewage Treatment Works.

Under this contract, BML is responsible for the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the associated M&E works which is worth HK$810 million (63 million). When complete the new sewage pumping station will deliver a maximum pumping capacity of up to 2,764,800 cubic metres per day.

Upon completion Stonecutters Island Sewage Treatment Works will treat all incoming sewage collected from the upgraded HATS Stage 1 and HATS Stage 2 schemes.

This five year project is due for completion in 2016.




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