Ezentis awarded contract in Hungary by 1.2 million euros
MADRID, June 17, 2011 (IRIN)
Ezentis has been awarded a contract with the local council of Homrogd in northeast Hungary, to modernize its system of wastewater treatment for 1.2 million euros, the company said.
The project, funded by the European Union, involves the construction of the piping network and the wastewater treatment plant. The contract also includes managing the facility for six months, after which the entity be transferred to municipal water management in the locality.
The Spanish firm said the main pipe will be 4.6 kilometers long and along the new network will also include six stations.
This treatment plant to be built outside the town of Homrogd will have a capacity of 70 cubic meters per day and will serve about 1,000 people.