Cambi in sewage treatment works win

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Cambi is working a contract for the thermal hydrolysis process at two of Europe’s biggest sewage treatment works.
Tamesis, the joint venture of Imtech and Langs, let the sub-contract to Cambi for the turnkey supply of two separate 2×3 reactor B12 plants, one for Beckton and one for Crossness sewage treatment works. Both the Thames Water plants are expandable to larger capacities in the future. Work will be completed in 2014.
On the north bank of the Thames east of Docklands, Beckton serves a population of 3.5 million people and is one of the largest treatment works in the UK. Crossness serves two million people. Together, the two plants serve the majority of the central and eastern half of London.

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