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£80M sludge and sewage treatment works announced

Mogden sewage treatment works

Utility firm Yorkshire Water has announced two upcoming design and build tenders for sewage works in Yorkshire with a combined worth of £80M.

Work for the sludge treatment centre in Huddersfield would include new cake and liquid import facilities, a new digester feed system and a dewatering services. The proposed wastewater treatment plant in Hull with a peak flow capacity of 2,000 l/sec would be built with grit removal and screening facilities. It would work alongside an existing plant, which would continue to treat storm flows.

Although an OJEU notice has not yet been published, engagement days for suppliers will be taking place on 19 and 20 June for the Saltend Waste Water Treatment Works in Hull, and 21 and 22 June for the Upper Brighouse plant in Huddersfield.

Interested parties should email CVADprogramme@yorkshirewater.co.uk by 14 June.

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