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    Ibarra WWTP

    The WWTP was designed according to a strict environmental protection plan which seeks to avoid any negative effects on the plant’s surrounding areas.

    The plant’s design includes a biological nutrient removal system that provides optimal effluent quality.

    The treated water is returned to the river without affecting the existing ecosystem, ensuring an improvement in conditions for the Tahuando River. 

    General Information

    Location
    Ibarra, Ecuador
    Capacity
    43,200 m3/d
    Contract type
    D&C and O&M
    Equivalent population
    197,000 people

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