WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT

Warsaw

2012

Modernization and expansion of the Czajka waste water treatment plant

IDS-BUD S.A. participated in completing a project titled “Modernisation and development of the 'Czajka' wastewater treatment plant” (sewage section and preparation of sludge for utilisation) in Warsaw.

This project consisted in replacing the existing appliances and technological processes with new ones, which are more efficient and comply with modern quality standards for wastewater management.

Results of completing the project tittled “Modernisation and development of the 'Czajka' wastewater treatment plant” (sewage section and preparation of sludge for utilisation).

  • Until 2012, the plant treated sewage exclusively from the right-bank districts of Warsaw and the neighbouring communes (approx. 180,000 m3/day). In July 2012, the plant accepted sewage from the central and northern part of left-bank Warsaw (approx. 240,000 m3/day), which increased the plant’s capacity to 435,000 m3 of sewage per day.
  • In order to minimise the waste volume, a Station for Thermal Treatment of Waste was opened near the plant; this allows for a reduction of the produced waste volume by over 10 times: from 200,000 tones/year to around 20,000 tones/year.
Currently, the 'Czajka' wastewater treatment plant covers an area of 52.7 ha and is one of the biggest and most modern treatment plants in Poland.
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