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Amey bags £250M sewers deal

Amey has won a £250M deal to maintain sewers for Severn Trent.

The contractor – a subsidiary of Spanish infrastructure giant Ferrovial – will look after the utility’s entire waste water network from June 2015 to March 2021.

It already held one of Severn Trent’s three area contracts for sewers and the latest deal covers the remaining two.

NCE reported last month that Severn Trent had developed an innovative three-stage biological sewage treatment process at Nottingham’s Stoke Bardolph wastewater treatment works.

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