MABAREX won a major contract for the design-build of a new leachate treatment plant for the City of Montreal
The plant will be located south-west of the Saint-Michel Environmental Complex (CESM) and will have the capacity to treat approximately 345,000 cubic meters of leachate per year.
Montreal, September 5, 2019 - MABAREX won a major contract with the City of Montreal that will allow to treat leachate from solid waste buried for decades in this former quarry. The plant, which will be in operation in 2021, will produce an effluent that meets the environmental criteria established by the authorities.
The contract, valued at nearly $14 million involves the design, construction and operation for the first year of the new treatment plant where water will be pumped from the bottom of the former Miron quarry.
The project involves the construction of a 1.5 km supply line that will carry water to the new plant and MABAREX SMBR™ biological reactor, a proven technology in several other projects here in Quebec and worldwide.
"We are proud to use our know-how to contribute to the City’s environmental objectives. The capacity of MABAREX, coupled with the expertise of our partners, allows us to carry out the project with rigor" commented Georges Szaraz, President and CEO of MABAREX.
Since 1983, MABAREX designs and builds water treatment systems that meet the changing needs of its customers, value their investment and preserve the water resource.
MABAREX has completed more than 1000 projects in America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
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Our partners :
GBi Experts Conseils
Poirier Fontaine Architectes
About Saint-Michel Environmental Complex (CESM)