Water collecting systems, waste water treatment plants and associated equipment
Reliability, safety and sustainability underpin the Eko Cities project; an efficient and effective water treatment system is part of that vision. Work on the sewage network which will service the site is forging ahead, and over 90% of the sewage infrastructure for the residential complex is now complete.
Two distinct types of pipes, UPVC and High Density Polyethylene, have been laid under what will shortly become park of Eko Energy City’s road network. Those pipes are now ready to be hooked up to the residential towers.
The construction of numerous concrete inspection and maintentance wells has also been completed. These were partially prefabricated and partly cast on-site.
Eko Energy embraces Environmental sustainability. A specially-designed purification system will prevent the spillage and leakage of untreated water, and allow the water to be reused for productive purposes – like irrigating the lush greenery which surrounds the residential blocks.
Water collectors are a vital part of the environmental infrastructure of the complex. Rainwater and non-polluting water is not only accumulated for re-use, but also in order to protect Eko Energy City from flooding and the need for extraordinary maintenance. The network is designed to conform with international regulatory standards and, of course, is precision engineered.