Press Release

18 Jan 2018

Everbright Water Secures Shandong Dezhou Ling County Waste Water Treatment Project Plant 2 Upgrading



Singapore, 18 January 2018 – China Everbright Water Limited ("Everbright Water" or the "Company", SGX: U9E) (中国光大水务有限公司), an environmental protection company focusing on water environment management, is pleased to announce that it has signed a supplemental agreement with Lingcheng District Government of Dezhou City to secure Shandong Dezhou Ling County Waste Water Treatment Project Plant 2 Upgrading ("Ling County Project Plant 2 Upgrading" or the "Project").

Ling County Project Plant 2 Upgrading commands an investment of approximately RMB32.7 million, and has a designed daily waste water treatment capacity of 30,000m3. The scope of the Project includes provision of services to treat industrial and municipal waste water within Lingcheng Economic Development Zone in Dezhou City of Shandong Province. The Project will adopt A/A/O (Anaerobic-Anoxic-Oxic) nitrogen and phosphorus removal process plus advanced treatment techniques for waste water treatment. The treated water from the Project will be sterilised before it is discharged. The discharged water will comply with the national Grade 1A standard according to the Discharge Standard of Pollutants for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant (GB18918-2002). Upon completion of the upgrading works, the discharge standards will become more stable. In addition, the chemical oxygen demand ("COD"), ammonia nitrogen ("AN") and total phosphorus ("TP") concentration levels of the treated water will be improved to not more than 40mg/litre, 1mg/litre and 0.4mg/litre respectively, which is even better than the national Grade 1A standard.

The securing of Ling County Project Plant 2 Upgrading marks a further cooperation between Everbright Water and the local government, following the Company’s recent signing of the agreement with the government for a waste water pipeline network project in the Lingcheng District last month. The Project will primarily focus on the treatment of industrial waste water, which accounts for approximately 70% of its total treatment capacity. Once the upgrading works are completed, the Project will be able to employ more stringent techniques to stabilise the quality and reduce the color of the discharged water, and to raise the organoleptic standards.



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