PRESS RELEASE 1 Mar 2007
PÖYRY ASSIGNED FOR WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT PROJECTS IN BRNO AND PARIS
Pöyry's Infrastructure & Environment business group has been awarded two important projects related to urban environmental engineering. The total value of the contracts is EUR 2.5 million.
The municipality of the City of Brno, the Czech Republic, is preparing plans for the city's civic and industrial development, and has assigned Pöyry for planning the general arrangement of the dewatering system. Pöyry's assignment comprises hydraulic calculations of the 950 km long sewerage network and hydraulic evaluation and water quality modelling of 38 waterways.
The public utility SIAAP (Syndicat Intercommunal d'Assainissement de l'Agglomération Parisienne) in charge of wastewater management in the area of Paris, France is upgrading the main wastewater treatment plant Seine Aval to comply with EU regulations for treatment of nitrogen and phosphorus pollution. The plant is the largest one in Europe with a daily average flow of 2.1 million cu. m/d and serves a population equivalent of 6 million. Pöyry has been assigned for the project management of feasibility studies comprising technical and financial supervision and selection of the optimal upgrading solution.
Pöyry is a global consulting and engineering firm focusing on the energy, forest industry and infrastructure & environment sectors. Pöyry's net sales in 2006 amounted to about EUR 620 million and it employs 6400 experts.
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Ladislav Ruzicka, Senior Consultant, Pöyry Environment a.s., Czech Republic
tel. +420 541 554 279
Didier Carron, President, Pöyry Environment S.A., France
tel. +33 4 7291 8370