WABAG wins World Bank funded Sewage Treatment Plant order worth around EUR 25 million in Philippines

 

WABAG has won yet another Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) order in Valenzuela, Philippines.

The contract value of the order is around EUR 25 million and World Bank funds the project. WABAG will design & build the 60,000 m3/d Valenzuela sewage treatment plant for Maynilad Water Services Inc. using the activated sludge process.  The contract also includes operation and maintenance of the plant as part of performance proving period of one year.

Commenting on the developments, Mr. Coleridge Shelley, Director – WABAG Philippines said, “WABAG Philippines has proven once again by winning this repeat order in Valenzuela. We are very happy that WABAG has won the majority of the sewage treatment projects in Philippines within a few years of its operations which proves our technological superiority and execution skills leading to customer satisfaction resulting in repeat orders for us in Philippines.”

WABAG Philippines is already executing the largest sewage treatment plant in Philippines at Illugin (100,000 m3/d), and with this new STP order in Valenzuela, WABAG Philippines has an impressive order backlog of roughly EUR 60 million in just three years of its operation in Philippines.