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SUEZ secures water treatment plant project to enhance drinking water safety in Indonesia

SUEZ, a leading player in water management, recently signed a contract for the Buaran III Water Treatment Plant (WTP) project in Jakarta. The Group will supply key equipment for the water treatment process and will provide technical advisory services for the installation and commissioning of the Buaran III utility. The new WTP in the Indonesian capital will enhance the resilience of the city’s water supply system to provide a safe, reliable, and long-term supply of water to local communities.

Now, Jakarta’s WTPs can treat 1.47 million cubic meters daily, supplying 65% of urban areas with clean water. The city’s government is aiming for total urban clean water coverage of 100% by 2030, planning new WTPs to meet rising demand with an additional 960,000 cubic meters per day. The completion of the Buaran III WTP, expected in first half of 2025, will boost progress towards this goal. It will provide an additional 260,000 cubic meters of clean water per day to communities in Jakarta, accounting for approximately 28% of the incremental water capacity needed to meet the 2030 target.

In Jakarta, raw water turbidity can deteriorate significantly during the rainy season, severely affecting clean water availability in urban communities. As the key technology supplier in this project, SUEZ will provide essential equipment for the water treatment process, as well as technical advisory services for installation and commissioning. SUEZ’s patented Densadeg™ settler and Aquazur® V filter will be used innovatively to ensure the project’s water treatment capacity and quality. This is the first time that Densadeg™ is being deployed in Southeast Asia.

Francois Fevrier, CEO Water and R&R Asia of SUEZ, said, “We’re delighted to establish a new partnership in Jakarta. We’re proud of this milestone and thankful for our customers’ and partners’ trust. We look forward to the Buaran III Water Treatment Plant’s completion, a testament to our strong legacy and footprint in Southeast Asia. This project reflects our dedication to creating value with technological solutions for our customers, over the entire lifecycle of their assets and services.”

Since 1953, SUEZ has constructed multiple water and wastewater treatment plants across Indonesia, advocating for water services throughout Southeast Asia, with operations extending to Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, and Singapore. At the same time, SUEZ has continuously deepened its local expertise in water and waste services to pursue excellence in the sector and promote the growth of the circular economy.

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