Suez NWS, a joint venture between Suez and NWS, has won several water and waste recycling and recovery contracts in the Greater Bay area, China.
As per Suez NWS, the contracts include the RMB190m ($28m) industrial wastewater treatment project in the Zhuhai Gaolan Port Economic Zone, along with an improvement, operation and maintenance (O&M) contract for the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) on the Macau Peninsula and an O&M contract at a glass crushing facility in Macau.
In Zhuhai, Suez NWS has set up a 49/51 joint venture (JV) Zhuhai Huigang Urban Resources Development, to invest, build and operate a WWTP, with a capacity of 25,000 tons per day, to treat the industrial wastewater generated by the industrial companies in the petrochemical park of the Zhuhai Gaolan Port Economic Zone.
The contract will Suez introducing its Pulsa Green Carbon Adsorption Pulse Clarifier into China’s industrial wastewater treatment industry for the first time. In future, the joint venture intends to recycle the wastewater for the industrial clients in the park in order to promote water resources recycling.
The Zhuhai Gaolan Port Economic Zone Administrative Committee said: “We partner with SUEZ, a leading provider of environmental management solutions, to supply high-quality industrial wastewater treatment services to meet the base’s ever-increasing demand and standards for wastewater treatment in the park. This will increase the park’s appeal to investors and boost green development in the Greater Bay Area as a whole, while also driving China towards reaching its environmental targets.”
In Macau, Suez NWS has secured a contract for improvement, operation and maintenance contract of the waste water treatment plant on the Macau Peninsula to improve wastewater treatment quality.
SUEZ Asia CEO Steve Clark said: “By developing customized industrial wastewater solutions for the park, we aim to help the local government and industrial companies to address environmental challenges.
“Parallel to China’s national strategy, we are bringing in our global innovations into Zhuhai to maximize its contribution to the development of the Greater Bay Area. Together we will make the Bay a thriving economic hub and a vibrant city cluster.”
Earlier this year, the French environmental services provider secured contracts to implement 24/7 water supply contracts in two south Indian cities of Udipi and Puttur in the state of Karnataka. These 12 year contracts are worth a total of €27m and will ensure water supply to a population of 200,000.