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Engineering Consulting

Sat, Oct 23, 2010

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Wastewater Treatment

VALORSABIO  was awarded  a contract for a large international pharmaceutical wastewater treatment plant in China, for  the whole project selection, engineering consulting and  technology validation, including all stages of the project, up to final start-up and operation. This  contract is a prove that  VALORSABIO expertise and capacities are recognized worldwide, by the very best international companies.

The project will  be treating very complex  and difficult to treat pharmaceutical wastewater and will be  implemented to comply the official Chinese permits for wastewater discharge, according to the new law.

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