Veolia to engineer wastewater plant for Jazan refinery

The Jazan complex will feature a power plant with a total capacity of 4,000 MW. Veolia has declared that it will engineer and procure a wastewater treatment facility for the power plant, which will feature biological treatment, oily water treatment and metal removal treatment. The facility will be commissioned in 2017.
Saudi Aramco is the state-owned oil company of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and a fully integrated, global petroleum and chemicals enterprise. Vincent Caillaud, CEO of Veolia Water Technologies Oil & Gas, said: “Veolia is privileged to have a long-standing relationship with Saudi Aramco, built on our strong local presence and technological excellence. We are very happy to have been chosen by and to collaborate with Tecnicas Reunidas on this major project which will help meet the Kingdom’s energy demand and also export high-value fuels to international markets.”
With operations in Saudi Arabia for more than 30 years, Veolia operates city water management, waste and cooling urban network services. In 2008 in particular, the Group won a contract with National Water Company (NWC) to improve the overall performance of the water and wastewater services used by nearly 6 million people in the Saudi capital, Riyadh. This project greatly improved the drinking water network performance (now 82%), connected more than 100,000 households to the sewerage system, and improved customer management (now 85% customer satisfaction).

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