Datos del Proyecto
Cliente: Agencia estatal Peruana ProInverión
Localización: Taboada, Lima | Peru
Área de Negocio: Integrated Projects (Environment)
Descripción del Proyecto
The Taboada wastewater treatment plant, with an average flow of 14 m3/s and a maximum flow of 20.3 m3/s, has become the largest WWTP built in South America to date.
It serves a population equivalent (PE) of more than 4.1 million inhabitants, representing 56% of the population of Lima and Callao and 72% of the wastewater of both cities.
Initially the plant processes include the pumping of wastewater, pre-treatment with 6 mm coarse screens, degreasing - desanding and fine screening of 1 mm, with the future expansion being contemplated to include tertiary treatment of the effluent. Once treated, the water is sent via a 3,000 mm diameter HDPE submarine outfall almost 4 km from the coast.