Eptisa will carry out the control of the detailed design and works supervision of the WWTP’s in Bou Ismaïl and Akbou, Algeria

The WWTP’s have capacities of 230.000 and 100,000 inhabitants, respectively and will be based on biological depuration

May 12 2014

The National Sanitation Office (ONA) of Algeria, the public institution which manage the drinking water treatment and supply and the waste water collection and purification, has awarded two new contracts to the Consortium formed by Eptisa and the Algerian company “Nationale de l’Eau et Environnement”, for the works supervision of the Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP) in Bou Ismaïl and Akbou cities.

The contracts are aimed to control the detailed design and supervise the construction of the WWTP’s in Bou Ismaïl (TIPAZA Wilaya) and Akbou (BEJAIA Wilaya) and their operation during a two-year period.

The WWTP’s have, respectively, capacities of 230.000 and 100,000 equivalent inhabitants and will be based on a biological depuration (low-loaded activated sludge). They also will include a full- treatment waste waster line and other sludge treatment line.

Eptisa will participate in all contract’s phases, carrying out the control and approval of the detailed design, the technical control and supervision of the execution and the operation control during the guarantee period.


 
 Eptisa will carry out the control of the detailed design and works supervision of the WWTP’s in Bou Ismaïl and Akbou, Algeria