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CGGC Signs Contract for the Water Supply Plant in San Pedro, the Philippines
Date:2020-01-03 VisitCount: Font size:[ L M S ]

On December 30, CGGC International and United Water Corporation of the Philippines signed the EPC contract for the water supply plant project in San Pedro, the Philippines in Beijing, taking a new step in the water supply market in the Philippines. This is another achievement for the Company to carry out the overall deployment of professional transformation and actively promote the "going global" of its non-construction business.

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The project is located in San Pedro, Luzon, the Philippines, about 25 kilometers from the capital Manila, and mainly includes the design, procurement and construction of a new 150,000-ton water supply plant.

Water supply facilities are an important part of urban infrastructure. At present, the industrial and manufacturing scale in San Pedro of the Philippines is growing day by day, the local population is increasing rapidly, the large-scale commercial bodies are centralized, the comprehensive water consumption and industrial water consumption of residents are increasing with each passing day, and the original water supply facilities have lagged behind the local social and economic development. The completion of the project will effectively solve the problem of safe drinking water in the city, meet the water demand for local development, and ensure the sustainable economic and social development of the city.

In recent years, CGGC has vigorously promoted structural adjustment, transformation and upgrading, focused on comprehensive treatment of water supply, sewage treatment and water environment, to build a leading domestic and international professional water environment comprehensive service provider integrating investment, construction and operation. Overseas, the Group has actively expanded its water supply business, engaged in several key water supply projects in Ghana, Brazil, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, and other countries to help China to "go global" in terms of water supply technologies and standards.

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