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Bids sought for £110M Scottish wastewater job

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Scottish Water is calling for bids for two contracts worth a total of £110M for lead construction partner at the Daldowie and Dalmarnock waste water treatment works.

The overall job is split into two elements. First is for the design, construction, delivery and commissioning of the engineering elements of a tertiary chemical dosing plant. The outcome is for the plant to achieving the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive total phosphorus discharge requirement of 1mg/l.

The second element of the job is for the design, construction, delivery and commissioning of the engineering elements of a granular activated sludge plant. It has the same goal in terms of meeting the total phosphorus discharge requirement.

Both jobs are expected to take around 18 months and are worth £55M each, and companies can bid for one or both.

Full details are on www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk.

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