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    Atotonilco Wastewater Treatment Plant

    The plant will be one of the largest projects of the Water Sustainability Program of the Valley of Mexico Watershed. Its aim is to treat the wastewater produced in the Valley of Mexico, where the country's capital, Mexico City, is located.

    The wastewater, once treated, will be reused for the irrigation of 80,000 hectares of land.

    The plant will include a cogeneration system to harness the biogas produced from digestion, providing maximum energy savings.

    In 2011, it won the Global Water Intelligence award for Deal of the Year.

    General Information

    Location
    Atotonilco, Hidalgo (Mexico)
    Capacity
    35 m3/d and maximum treatment capacity 50 m3/s
    Contract type
    D&C y O&M
    Equivalent population
    More than 10.5 million people

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