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The Biwater group has achieved an enviable record, since its formation in 1968, as one of the leaders in the water and waste water sector and has completed over 25,000 projects spread over 90 countries.


Examples of our projects are detailed in our six core businesses which you can find at the top of this page:

 

Water Treatment

Waste Water Treatment

Desalination

Project Finance

Consultancy

Package Plants and Products.


Information on individual projects can also be accessed through the drop down menu on this page, either by category or by country.

 

 

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srilankaRHS

Negombo, Sri Lanka


Design and construction of the extension to the Negombo Water Treatment Plant near Colombo with ancillary storage tanks and 217 kms. of transmission and distribution pipework. The funding package also benefited from the support of ORET, the Dutch Governments’ Grant Aid programme... more>

 

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sudanRHS

Omdurman, Sudan


The construction of the largest water treatment plant in the Sudan producing 200 cubic metres of water per day. Following our three year water asset management study an extensive transmission network has been built. Biwater will operate the plant for 10 years. Funding provided through a combination of Dutch Grants and South African and Malaysian Export Credits... more>

 

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vietnamRHS

Yenso, Vietnam


Biwater is constructing the new 200 Mld sequencing batch reactor (SBR) that will process 50% of the domestic waste of Hanoi of which the new Yenso Park development, the largest commercial and residential park in Vietnam forms part. Biwater, in a consortium with REI, is the mechanical and electrical and process contractor for the scheme... more>

 

 

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mendozaRHS

Mendoza, Panama


The Mendoza plant has been designed to provide the city of La Chorrera with 40 US million gallons per day of potable water taking raw water from Lake Gatun. The contract was for a full turnkey design and construction.. more>