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January 2016

China

WOFE China (SADE subsidiary) will be maintaining the water treatment plant and wastewater treatment plant for Liuguo Chemical Industry. The works include maintaining the sludge drying machine, replacing pumps, valves and pipes, and replacing equipment in the electrical room for the water supply workshop

January 2016

Bouches-du-Rhône

SADE is building the EUROMED II sea-water therapy network for EDF Optimal Solutions to supply the Ilot ALLAR eco-district in Marseille. SADE's teams' mission is to pump seawater from Marseille-Fos Port, build a Local Source building (including the entire electricity and process section) and the 1.7km-long, 560mm-diameter NP16 HDPE warm water network. The water network is laid using underwater excavation by divers, in traditional trenches and by two sections of pipe-jacking under and over the rai

January 2016

Belgium

SWDE has signed a framework agreement for work on the water supply network in the city of Villers-le-Bouillet with SODRAEP (SADE subsidiary).

January 2016

Belgium

SWDE has signed a framework agreement for work on the water supply network in the city of Charleroi with SODRAEP (SADE subsidiary).

January 2016

Belgium

SODRAEP (SADE subsidiary) will study and design a full wastewater treatment network for the city of Thai Nguyen in Vietnam, including 7 pumping stations and a wastewater treatment plant, the supply of all the materials and assistance with assembly.

January 2016

Burkina Faso

The National Office of Water and Sanitation (ONEA) has entrusted SADE with the laying of the drinking water supply network in the city of Ouagadougou from the Ziga II dam (works package 1, then package 2).

January 2016

Peru

SADE will renovate the Piuray water supply pipeline for the SEDACUSCO (Cuzco Municipal Water Board): supplying and laying 18.6km of 400mm- and 800mm-diameter cast-iron pipeline, including laying several special sections and very steep sections requiring the use of 1km of locked pipeline. All the pipes will be laid using the traditional in-trench method.

January 2016

Romania

Acvatot (SADE subsidiary) will replace the mains water supply network in Strada Nucsoara in Bucharest (6th district) for Apa Nova Bucarest. The mains water supply line will be replaced with a 195m-long, 450mm-diameter HDPE pipe and with a 24m-long, 125mm-diameter HDPE pipe. On this site, the techniques used are re-lining for the 450mm-diameter pipe and traditional in-trench laying for the 125mm-diameter pipe.

January 2016

Romania

Apa Nova Bucarest has turned to Acvatot (SADE subsidiary) for the replacement of the mains water supply network on Calea Giulesti in Bucharest (6th district). The main and secondary pipes will be replaced with 625m of 225m-diameter pipe, 15m of 180mm-diameter pipe and 103m of 125mm-diameter HDPE pipe. The techniques used on this site are directional drilling for the laying of the 225mm-diameter pipe and traditional in-trench laying.

January 2016

Romania

Acvatot (SADE subsidiary) will replace the mains water supply network in Strada Cornului in Bucharest (6th district) for Apa Nova Bucarest. The main and secondary pipes will be replaced with a 214m-long, 125mm-diameter HDPE pipe. For this site, the traditional in-trench laying technique is used.

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