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SUEZ & VINCI Construction Grands Projets to build Serbia’s largest wastewater treatment plant

SUEZ and VINCI Construction Grands Projets have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Serbian government, initiating the construction of Europe’s latest large-scale greenfield wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Belgrade. This agreement was signed by Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and announced in a SUEZ press release.

The Veliko Selo WWTP is designed to treat 423,000 cubic meters of wastewater daily, serving approximately 1.5 million residents. The project aims to significantly reduce water pollution, safeguard the Danube and Sava rivers, and improve the quality of life for Belgrade’s inhabitants.

The development of this advanced facility will proceed in two main phases. The first phase, led by the consortium of SUEZ and VINCI Construction Grands Projets, focuses on the construction of the plant. The second phase involves the long-term operation and maintenance of the facility, managed through a joint venture between Belgrade Waterworks and Sewerage (BVK) and SUEZ. This phase will also include training local teams and transferring essential expertise.

The new plant will incorporate cutting-edge technologies to ensure environmental sustainability. These technologies include heat recovery systems, electricity consumption reduction measures, enhanced biogas production, and a potential photovoltaic power plant for renewable electricity generation. Additionally, advanced sludge carbonisation technology will increase biogas output and reduce the volume of sludge needing incineration.

Sabrina Soussan, Chairman and CEO of SUEZ, stated: “This MoU is a new illustration of our ability to build relevant integrated partnerships with strong environmental value. It also demonstrates our commitment to providing access to wastewater services with resilient and innovative solutions.”

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