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SUEZ secures three water projects across Asia

  • SUEZ secures three water projects across Asia
    Sabrina Soussan, Chairman and CEO of SUEZ. Credit: Twitter official account

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At the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW), SUEZ, a leading global player in circular water and waste management solutions, announced the launch of three significant projects in Asia. These ventures, located in Singapore, China, and the Philippines, underscore SUEZ's dedication to addressing critical water challenges through digital innovations, desalination, and water reuse technologies. These initiatives are poised to bolster community resilience against climate impacts through strategic partnerships and circular solutions.

Singapore: Advanced smart water grid analytics for PUB

In a major win, SUEZ has been contracted by PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency, to implement and maintain a Smart Water Grid Analytics Platform. Leveraging SUEZ’s AQUADVANCED® Water Networks platform, this cutting-edge system is designed to enhance PUB’s operational efficiency and resilience. The platform's capabilities include detecting and localising water quality and pressure issues within the network, running accurate simulations, and suggesting necessary remedial actions to aid in decision-making.

This deployment is set to provide PUB with greater visibility over network conditions and advanced analytics to simulate and anticipate potential issues. This will help PUB develop a more comprehensive network management strategy, optimising operations and minimising disruptions for customers.

Philippines: Tackling water shortages with desalination in Iloilo

In the Philippines, SUEZ, in collaboration with JEMCO, a leading construction firm, is set to design, build, and operate a large-scale seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination plant in Metro Iloilo. Commissioned by Metro Pacific Investment Corporation, this plant will be the largest of its kind in the Philippines, producing approximately 66,500 cubic metres of drinking water daily. This supply will cater to the needs of nearly 50,000 households and provide industrial water to a nearby power plant.

This project continues the successful partnership between SUEZ and JEMCO, following their previous joint venture on a significant water reclamation facility in Metro Manila. Utilising SUEZ’s advanced SeaDAF™ Filter technology, the compact desalination plant is expected to be operational within 24 months from the commencement of construction.

China: Zero Liquid discharge and water recycling in Jining Industrial Park

Building on the success of the Qufu municipal wastewater treatment project in Shandong Province, SUEZ is extending its partnership with Shandong Public through a new joint venture to develop an industrial wastewater treatment plant in the Jining New Materials Industrial Park. This plant, with a daily capacity of 10,000 cubic metres, is awarded a 30-year concession and will transform high-salinity wastewater into reusable industrial water, aiming for 100% recycling.

Supporting the park’s goals of green, low-carbon, and high-quality development, the project will significantly benefit the environment. It will produce approximately 3.6 million cubic metres of alternative water annually—equivalent to around 1,500 Olympic-sized swimming pools. Additionally, 85% of the crystallised salt products derived from the high-salinity wastewater will be recycled for sodium sulfate production.

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