Few people know that the district of Chorrillos, one of 43 which make up the Peruvian province of Lima, owes its name to underground currents of freshwater that flow through the city’s drains and out to Agua Dulce beach, one of the best known resorts in the metropolis. In ACCIONA Agua we have contributed to recover a natural heritage that was in serious danger thanks to La Chira waste water treatment plant, which will treat wastewater from two and a half million people.
The contract includes the construction and subsequent operation of the world's largest waste water treatment plant, located in Atotonilco, in the state of Hidalgo.
Reverse osmosis sea water desalination plant to supply drinking water to the city of Adelaide and its surrounding area.
The original G&AWS scheme was developed in 1895 when C. Y. O'Connor engineered a scheme to deliver 23 MLD of untreated water to the Goldfields region through the construction of the Mundaring Weir, 530 kilometres of 30” pipeline, and delivered using eight steam-driven pumping stations. A world class engineering feat of the era! Since then this water system has been progressively upgraded, the new Mundaring Water Treatment Plant and pumping stations being the latest of these improvements to be implemented.
Network maintenance service in Lima, for drinking water and sewer systems in the South Services Department, which comprises eight districts of the Peruvian capital, grouped into the Surquillo Services Centre.