Throughout the operations and maintenance chain of WTPs (Water Treatment Plants), ACCIONA Agua aims to optimise the various processes with the application of the latest technology, by minimising energy consumption, guaranteeing high-performance purification in the treatment and analytical control of water quality, as well as the correct environmental management of mud, waste and by-products generated in the treatment processes.
ACCIONA Agua applies a policy of sustainability in the operation and maintenance of its facilities, for example by minimising the emissions of odours and noise, reducing energy consumption and reusing effluent water in the preparation processes for reagents.
ACCIONA Agua's maintenance strategy concentrates on in-depth, preventive measures which ensures a minimum of corrective maintenance, thus reducing damage to the facilities, or interruption of activities. For this, computer programmes and devices such as vibrometers, thermographic cameras and calibration of signals are applied.
Finally, in its constant search to reduce the production of waste and energy consumption, ACCIONA Agua develops many new technology applications, such as sludge treatment by ultrasound for the improvement of anaerobic digestion and aerobic thermophilic digestion for the improvement of the stabilisation of sludge sanitation.
Raw water canal running from the dam built off the Ordunte river, a tributary of Cadagua river, through the pumping stations of Ibarra and Berrón.
Large particle screens, sifting, desanding, deoiler and influent flow metre.
The San Jerónimo WWTP consists of the Norte 1 and Norte 2 plants, with a combined flow of 90,000 cubic metres per day and three trains (water, sludge and gas).
Treatment: Headworks, 2 accelerator type decanters, 6 sand filters, Chlorine gas, Fluoride dosage.