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Sembcorp More Than Triples Capacity of Nanjing Wastewater Treatment Plant

May 21, 2008

This new expansion to Sembcorp’s existing 12,500 cubic metres per day wastewater treatment plant, will be capable of treating incoming wastewater with an average concentration of 1,200 miligrams per litre, which is five times the strength of municipal wastewater in China, as well an average salt content of 37,000 miligrams per litre, which is 50 times the salinity of municipal wastewater. It will cater mainly to the wastewater treatment needs of an upcoming integrated propylene oxide plant jointly owned by Jiangsu GPRO Group Co Ltd and Korean Kumho Petrochemical Co. Ltd.

In the light of the recent Sichuan earthquake, Sembcorp marked the occasion with a low-key ceremony attended by its multinational customers and area officials.  Sembcorp had earlier made a cash contribution of S$100,000 to the relief efforts in Sichuan as part of the Singapore-Sichuan Business Council.

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