Valmet to Supply Automation to Wastewater Treatment Plant in Finland

Valmet to Supply Automation to Wastewater Treatment Plant in Finland

Manufacturing Technology Insights | Monday, October 04, 2021

Valmet will offer automation and solids measurements to the new regional central wastewater treatment plant, which is currently under development.

FREMONT, CA: Valmet will provide plant can stabilize sludge, treat wastewater more effectively, and meet environmental regulations in the future using advanced wastewater treatment technology. Valmet's orders received for the third quarter of 2021 include this order, and it will be commissioned in the year 2025.

"Valmet DNA is a reliable automation system for managing wastewater treatment processes. We are happy to deliver our solutions to the local Tampere wastewater treatment plant only a few kilometers away from Valmet's Automation business line's premises in Tampere," says Heikki Tanner, Sales Manager, Process Industry Sales, Valmet.

"We are confident that our solids measurements and innovative technology will offer reliability and sustainability to the end customer when optimizing their wastewater treatment process," says Juha Kesti, Sales Manager, Solids Measurements, Automation, Valmet.

Technical details about the delivery

Valmet will offer a Valmet DNA automation and information management system, and Valmet Total Solids Measurements (Valmet TS), Valmet Low Solids Measurements (Valmet LS), and Valmet Dry Solids Measurements (Valmet DS). Field engineering and instrumentation, factory acceptance testing, automation system installation, commissioning, and training are also included in the delivery.

Information about the customer

As part of a collaborative initiative involving many municipalities, a new wastewater treatment plant using cutting-edge treatment technologies will be built in Tampere, Finland. Kangasala, Lempäälä, Pirkkala, Tampere, Vesilahti, and Ylöjärvi are among the municipalities taking part. The Sulkavuori central wastewater treatment facility began construction in 2018 and will be completed in 2025. Even though the volume of treated water will rise, the goal is to lessen the strain on the discharge water system.

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