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    Putatan Water Treatment Plant 2

    The new plant is situated in Muntinlupa, in the south of the metropolitan area of Manila, next to an existing Water Treatment Plant (Putatan 1). The new plant will provide drinking water to almost 6 million people. The Plant will have a capacity of 100,000 m3 per day, extendable to 150,000 m3 per day.

    General information

    Location
    Putatan Muntinlupa City – Metro Manila (The Philippines)
    Client
    Maynilad Water Services
    Type of contract
    Design & Construct + 1 year O&M
    Contract award date
    June 2016
    Technology (expected to be used)
    The treatment plan for the new plant includes a number of advanced technical processes to ensure clean potable water. These techniques include Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF), Biological Aerated Filter (BAF), Ultrafiltration (UF), Reverse Osmosis (RO) and disinfection; and in different stages through the process oxidation of particular compounds.
    Design capacity
    100 MLD; upgradable to 150 MLD
    Project term
    Jun 2016 – Jun 2018
    Capital cost
    US $100 million / AU $137.5 million

     

     

    Maynilad Water Services Inc. (MWSI), a provider of water and wastewater services for the 17 cities and municipalities that make up the western part of Greater Manila, awarded the contract to a joint venture consisting of ACCIONA Agua and the local companies Jardine Electric Control Philippines (JECP) and Frey Fil.

    One of the main characteristics of the new plant is the advanced treatment of raw water from Laguna de Bay, the biggest lake in the Philippines and the second-biggest inland freshwater lake in South-East Asia, to deliver clean drinking water with a very low carbon footprint. Construction is expected to last 18 months.

    The treatment plan for the new plant includes a number of advanced technical processes to ensure clean potable water. These techniques include Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF), Biological Aerated Filter (BAF), Ultrafiltration (UF), Reverse Osmosis (RO) and disinfection in different stages through the oxidation of particular compounds.

     

     

     Operations

    • Commissioning

    • Operations and maintenance for 1year

    Key Features

    • One of the main characteristics of the new plant is the advanced treatment of raw water from Laguna de Bay, the biggest lake in the Philippines and the second-biggest inland freshwater lake in South-East Asia, to deliver clean drinking water with a very low carbon footprint.

    • ACCIONA, as part of a consortium, was awarded the contract for Design and Construction brackish water desalination plant that has an extendable capacity of up to 150.000 m3/d (150 MLD)

    Benefits

    • The Putatan WTP 2 will provide additional clean drinking water to almost 6 million people in the metropolitan area of Manila

    • The Plant will have a capacity of 100,000 m3 per day, extendable to 150,000 m3 per day

    Current Status

    The project is currently in a detailed design phase with construction mobilising to commence on site in 2016 and conclude in mid-2018.

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