SSH to design new sewage treatment plant in Kuwait

SSH have engaged the highly-regarded process engineering company, P2MBerlin, as their preferred sub-consultant for the specialist elements of the project

The treatment plant will have a capacity of 45,000 cbm/day and will utilise sequencing batch reactor (SBR) technology.
The treatment plant will have a capacity of 45,000 cbm/day and will utilise sequencing batch reactor (SBR) technology.

SSH has been awarded the engineering consultancy services for the design of a sewage treatment plant in Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City development situated in Khiran, in the south of Kuwait.

The treatment plant will have a capacity of 45,000 cbm/day and will utilise sequencing batch reactor (SBR) technology.

SSH will undertake concept, preliminary and detailed design as part of the services to be provided.

SSH have engaged the highly-regarded process engineering company, P2MBerlin, as their preferred sub-consultant for the specialist elements of the project.

The system will include the use of ultraviolet (UV) and chlorine disinfection for the production of reusable treated sewage effluent which will be pumped back into the local irrigation network for use on landscaping in the surrounding areas.

SSH’s resident director for Kuwait and senior partner, George Abi-Hanna, commented, “SSH were honoured to be given the opportunity to work on such a prestigious development which contributes to sustainability in Kuwait.”

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