Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction announced that it has also won orders for water treatment plants in the U.K. on July 1, following Oman.
The company signed a US$90 billion (100.85 trillion won) deal to design phase two of the Al Ansab Sewage Treatment Plant from Oman-based state-owned wastewater services company Haya Water on June 25. Also, Doosan Enpure, its subsidiary in the U.K., won an 86 billion won (US$76.75 million) contract from the States of Jersey of the U.K. to build phase three of the Bellozanne Sewage Treatment Works (STW) Facilities on June 29. In four days, the company succeeded in winning orders worth nearly 2 trillion won (US$1.78 billion).
The Al Ansab project is to construct sewage treatment plant with a daily capacity of 50,000 tons. For the project, Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction will supply equipment and material, construct and conduct a trial run, and complete it in 2017. For phase three of Bellozanne Sewage Treatment, Doosan Enpure will build the plant to treat 71,000 tons of sewage per day, and complete it in 2020.
In the international competitive bidding with global wastewater services companies, Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction succeeded in winning the deal to build Oman’s Al Ansab Sewage Treatment Plant, which uses membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology, based on its technology and price advantages.