Hong Kong Sludge Treatment Facility
Location: Hong Kong
Overview: The A$660 million Hong Kong Sludge Treatment Facility will incinerate 2000 tonnes of sewage sludge per day and will be the world's biggest plant of its type. Built for the Hong Kong Government's Environmental Protection Department, the self-sustaining facility will be completed in 2013.
Description: In Joint Venture with two other parties, John Holland is delivering vital sludge incineration works in the design, construction, testing and commissioning of a new A$660 million Hong Kong Sludge Treatment Facility for the Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department.
Located in the western part of the New Territories and to be owned by the Hong Kong Government, the facility is critical to the regionís wastewater treatment capacity and, at 2,000 metric tonnes capacity per day, will be the biggest sewage sludge incineration facility ever built.