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Campana de Oropesa drinking water treatment plant - Spain | Europe

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The supply system for Campana de Oropesa, built by Isolux Corsán in Toledo, supplies 43,000 inhabitants with drinking water. The project plans to take water from the Tiétar River and the Navalcán Reservoir and then pump it up to the Drinking Water Treatment Plant.

Drinking water for fourteen villages.

The water is given a conventional treatment of mixing, flocculation, laminated sedimentation and two-stage filtration; one over a bed of sand, and a final filtration, using active carbon.

The plant has an ozonation system to control the ozone input both in the mixing chamber and at the intake to the carbon filters. It also has tanks with a capacity to store 6,200 m3 of treated water and the capacity to process 150 litres every second.

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Campana de Oropesa drinking water treatment plant
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  • Business category: Hydraulic infrastructures
  • Location: Toledo | Spain.
  • Budget: €15m.
  • Length: 50 km.
  • Treatment capacity: 150l/sec.
  • Population served: 43,000 inhabitants.
  • Water deposits treated: 6,200 m3.

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