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Wastewater treatment plant for Baghdad City

Friday, July 18, 2008

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Current project under design- engineering: Wastewater treatment plant for Baghdad City. Client: EPC Engineering AB / Petras Contracting Co./ Baghdad Mayoralty Unit Capacity : 50.000 hab. Number of plants : 13. Expected conclusion date: Dec 2008. Compact  wastewater treatment plant  for  Baghdad- Iraq :  capacity 15.000 m3 / day Solution:  Jet-Loop System + tertiary nitrogen [...]

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