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Degremont wins $201m Baghdad water project

Baghdad, December 30, 2008

The Baghdad Water Authority has awarded a contract worth $201 million to France's Degremont, a subsidiary of Suez Environment, for construction of a drinking water plant in the Iraqi capital.

The contract will completed jointly with a group of Al Mabrook Construction & Trading and Issam al-Iraqi Construction Contractors companies.

The contract covers the design, equipment supply and training of personnel to build a plant in the Al-Rusafa area of the capital with a capacity of 200 million gallons per day.

Suez will be responsible for the overall design of the plant, the procurement and delivery of equipment, as well as the training of Iraqi engineers who will assemble and start up the plant.

The project will supply more than four million people with water, according to a company statement.

Degremont, founded in 1939 in Paris, the world water treatment plant specialist, is a subsidiary of Suez environment.

Its teams design, build and commission facilities for drinking water production, desalination, wastewater treatment and sludge treatment for local authorities.

They also directly operate facilities and provide all the services required for them to run smoothly – maintenance, spare parts, and upgrading work, the statement added.-TradeArabia News Service




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