De Nora, a worldwide supplier of eco-friendly water treatment solutions, has disclosed its participation in the fourth phase of the Tubli Sewage Treatment Plant expansion. The company intends to construct one of the most extensive public sector ozone plants in the Middle East in over a decade.

Initiated as a response to the swift population rise in the region, the initiative will feature three specialized lines of Capital ControlsĀ® ozone generators that can handle the heightened flow of wastewater. This will elevate the average daily flow capacity from 200,000 m3/day to a complete average daily flow capacity of 400,000 m3/day, which represents a doubling of capacity.

According to Giordano Buizza, De Nora Water Technologies Southwest Europe regional sales director, the Tubli Sewage Treatment Plant Phase 4 will be one of the most substantial wastewater treatment facilities in the Kingdom of Bahrain. He expressed gratitude to their regional collaborators who have entrusted their team with significant projects that have the potential to bring about positive changes in water treatment operations worldwide. Given the scarcity challenges, De Nora recognizes the crucial role of reuse and is committed to advancing the field.

Capital Controls ozone generators, being one of the most potent oxidants with a rapid response rate, are quickly gaining popularity as a preferred method of treating wastewater for reuse. The Tubli system will utilize these generators to produce 150 kilograms of ozone every hour, which will eliminate and oxidize any remaining organic pollutants in wastewater streams to make them safe.

The superior quality treated wastewater will be utilized for agricultural and landscaping purposes in the Bahrain service region. De Nora’s technology was picked from a cluster of elite ozone manufacturers for its consistent technical support and cost-effective maintenance needs.

Buizza stated, “De Nora tailors each product line to address the challenges encountered by utilities. Operating costs are a significant concern, and our ozone technology provides the most significant advantage in this regard. Following the project’s completion, we will work closely with our business partner, WTE Wassertechnik GmbH, for the next ten years to maintain low operating costs while also achieving environmental objectives.”

The ozone system is a component of a broader initiative spearheaded by WTE Wassertechnik GmbH, a top-tier provider of municipal and industrial water management solutions that serve over 20 million people in 18 nations.