Water treatment in Sri Lanka

Outokumpu Technology has signed an agreement with the National Water Supply and Drainage Board of Sri Lanka to supply a water treatment plant and distribution system for the Eastern Coastal district Ampara. This EUR 75 million project will be implemented over a 3-year period and follows the successful commissioning of a similar water supply scheme by Outokumpu earlier this year. On completion, 54,000 m3/day of international quality pipe borne water will be supplied to over 300,000 people in 12 towns in Sri Lanka. The contract includes the design, supply, construction and commissioning of seven water storage sumps, 80km of treated water transmission piping, 240km of distribution piping, extension to the water intake station and a water treatment plant.

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