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February 6, 2008

Turkish Wastewater-Treatment Plant Increases Capacity and Lowers Costs with Siemens’  Program

Dorothy Lozowski

 Siemens has received a 5.5 million euros award to provide a wastewater-treatment system and associated piping, instrumentation and engineering to the Inegol Industrial Zone in Inegol, Turkey.  The system will increase the capacity of Inegol’s wastewater-treatment plant, while lowering costs. Siemens Water Technologies will provide a BioFlowsheet+ Solution, consisting of a VertiCel aeration system, Flocculating Energy Dissipating Well Arrangement (FEDWA) clarifiers with the Tow-Bro Unitube sludge-removal header and the Cannibal solids-reduction system. Siemens will also provide the necessary piping and instrumentation for the system in addition to all the electrical and automation systems for the entire plant.  The system is scheduled to be commissioned in mid-2009.

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