Infrastructures
BARI OVEST WATER TREATMENT PLANT – Bari
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Sedimentazione Secondaria SD 5-6
Sedimentazione Primaria SC - 01
Sedimentazione Accellerata - Flocculazione
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Sollevamenti
Sedimentazione Secondaria SD 5-6
Sedimentazione Primaria SC - 01
Sedimentazione Accellerata - Flocculazione
IMG_9553
DSC_0158
20200506_160249
20190502_160705
20190320_144945
20180220_094307
20180111_112450
P1033267
IMG_6235
IMG_6226
Digestori
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SITE MANAGER

Dott. Ing. Giacomo LOVINO – AQP S.p.A

IMPLEMENTING AGENCY

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Integrated contract for the executive design and execution of the works to upgrade the Bari Ovest purification plant.

HEAD PROJECT MANAGER

Dott. Ing. Aldo IMPAGNIATIELLO – AQP S.p.A.

PROJECT

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PROJECT DURATION

04/09/2017 - 18/09/2020

TOTAL COST

€ 33.455.797,91

PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS

The Bari Ovest purification plant serves most of the city, its industrial area and some neighbouring municipalities. By separating and filtering pollutants, the plant obtains a clear and purified liquid suitable for sea discharge through underground pipelines.

The project plans for the optimization of the sludge pipeline servicing the treatment plant, thanks to cogeneration, a technology that produces the necessary power to heat sludge inside the digestion tanks.

The biofuel produced by the sludge during the digestion phase will be used to feed a cogenerator, that will in turn produce the power used inside the plant and the necessary thermal energy for the sludge heating process.

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The Bari Ovest purification plant serves most of the city, its industrial area and some neighbouring municipalities. By separating and filtering pollutants, the plant obtains a clear and purified liquid suitable for sea discharge through underground pipelines.

The project plans for the optimization of the sludge pipeline servicing the treatment plant, thanks to cogeneration, a technology that produces the necessary power to heat sludge inside the digestion tanks.

The biofuel produced by the sludge during the digestion phase will be used to feed a cogenerator, that will in turn produce the power used inside the plant and the necessary thermal energy for the sludge heating process.

This technology allows for a sizeable reduction in the power costs currently faced for treatment plant operation, while also reducing the environmental impact generated by thermal plant conventional techniques.

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