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Henriksdal wastewater treatment plantview SUEZ

News March 15 Henriksdal Wwtp Stockholm Will Become Worlds Largest Mbr 2
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Supplied by: SUEZ – Water Technologies & Solutions



MBR technology/system:


Hollow Fibre (HF) MBR membrane configuration | Immersed technology configuration
Membrane material: Polymeric
Capacity range (MLD): > 100

About Henriksdal wastewater treatment plant

At 864 PDF (MLD), Henriksdal will be the largest MBR in the world when it is complete.

The existing Henriksdal facility is built into a mountain with residential buildings built on top. The entire upgrade of the facility will need to be done in the existing footprint and any additional tank volume will need to be blasted from what is available in the rock structure. The upgraded Henriksdal facility is designed to treat anticipated 2040 wastewater flows and effluent requirements.

The Henriksdal WWTP upgrade project has been ongoing in different design phases since 2013. SV tendered the pre-purchase of the MBR system with the intention of collaborating with the membrane vendor on the design ahead of bidding the construction of the project; SUEZ was selected in February 2015. Currently, detailed design work is complete and the construction of the membrane basins is underway. The commissioning of the membrane system will be done in four phases from 2017 to 2022.

View company PDF − Henriksdal

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Company summary

Head office in Trevose, PA USA
Operates in Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe and Middle East | Operates worldwide

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