Sewage treatment plant in Wrocław

Description of the project

The expansion and modernisation of Wrocław Sewage Treatment Plant was a priority investment of the city of Wrocław in the wastewater management. It had a strategic importance for the improvement of the environment in the Oder river catchment, and further in its receiving water – the Baltic Sea. The treatment plant capacity was increased from the flow rate of approximately 70,000 m3 to about 140,000 m3 of wastewater per day. The project, divided into two stages and four tasks, involved the construction of 34 new facilities, networks and elements of underground utilities, as well as the necessary road infrastructure and land development. The modernization and expansion of the sewage treatment plant consisted in adapting the existing facilities of the mechanical part to increased capacity of the treatment plant and installing additional equipment. Wrocław Sewage Treatment Plant has won the 10th edition of "Lower Silesia Construction of the Year" in the “Engineering Construction” category in 2013 and "Construction of the Year 2012” in the “Sewage Treatment Plants” category. The footprint area is 49,000 m2. All the works were carried out within 33 months. The net value of the project was PLN 289 million.

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Full name
Sewage treatment plant in Wrocław
Start date
June 2009
End date
May 2013
Janowska 5, 54-067 Wrocław
Environmental protection
Sewage and sanitation