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Largest MBR plants – Africa

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The following list represents the latest information we have on the largest MBR plants in the africa region, including new contracts which have been won but not yet installed.

If you are aware of any errors or omissions, please contact us, to help us keep this list up to date. Or if you’d like to supply some reference information for our case studies directory, we’d be pleased to hear from you.

InstallationLocationTechnology supplier(Expected) Commissioning datePDF (MLD)ADF (MLD)Notes
Stellenbosch WWTPStellenbosch, Western Cape SUEZ – Water Technologies & Solutions 201867.527

Contract won 2015

Bellville WWTWBellville, Cape Town Koch Separation Solutions 20144023

Contract won 2011

Zandvliet WWTWKhayelitsha, Cape Town SUEZ – Water Technologies & Solutions 20103618

Contract won 2006. Cost: ZAR100M (US$15M) (2009)

Malmesbury WWTPMalmesbury, South Africa SUEZ – Water Technologies & Solutions 20132010
STEP MediounaGrand Casablanca, Morocco SUEZ – Water Technologies & Solutions 201384

Cost: 141 m MAD, approx US$17.7 m.
ADF (MLD) 4.0 but operated at 2.0 (low sewage feed)

PDF: Peak daily flow
ADF: Average daily flow, Megalitres per day
SUEZ: SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions (formerly GE Water & Process Technologies)

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Aurecon South Africa, Christoph Brand | Zaheer Ortell (Bergstan SA)

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