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Bolshekamskiy Water Intake Pumping System
GSP-Project Ltd supplied Sulzer equipment for the water intake system for the transport of wastewater to the collector of the municipal sewerage network in Perm
Feasibility study for wastewater treatment at Belgrankorm-VN company
In September 2017, GSP-Project Ltd made research to improve the efficiency of the wastewater treatment process at WWTP Belgrankorm-VN company
Kirov BioKhim WWTP modernization
In June 2017, GSP-Project Ltd completed the research paper to make a feasibility study for the WWTP reconstruction and introduction of mechanical treatment process, modernization of averaging and sewage supply at Kirov BioKhim.
WWTP Ivanovo reconstruction
In November 2014 under the project of Ivanovo WWTP reconstruction GSP-Project Ltd signed the contract for equipment supply.
In 2004 according to the reorganization and modernization program the Sestroretsk WWTP it was equipped with a set of solutions Sulzer ABS.
Reconstruction of Kshenskiy sugar plant pumping station and stormwater collection system
In March 2017, GSP-Project Ltd signed the contract for reconstruction engineering design of plant pumping station and stormwater collection system.
Reconstruction of Kshenskiy sugar plant water recycling system
In January 2017, GSP-Project Ltd negotiated the contract for engineering design of Kshenskiy sugar plant water recycling system reconstruction.
GSP-Project Ltd completed a complex of wastewater treatment plants in the village of Yazykovo, Bashkortostan.
Reconstruction of Kursk brewing company Ltd local WWTP
In November 2016, GSP-project Ltd signed the agreement to develop engineering design of Kursk brewing company Ltd local WWTP.
Technical-and-economic assessment of Voronezh biological treatment plant Ltd reconstruction
The GSP-Project Ltd experts made mathematical modeling of biological treatment processes; the airflow required for aeration as well as estimated reconstruction economic efficiency.