SUEZ has won the contract to modernise and extend the effluent treatment plant at the refinery of the National Refining Company (SO.NA.RA) in Limbé, Cameroon. This contract, won in consortium with SOGEA SATOM and INGENICA, is worth a total of €22 million of which SUEZ has a share of about €6 million. It is the Group's first venture in treating effluents from the refining industry in sub-Saharan Africa.
Water is a resource that is consumed in great quantities in the oil industry, particularly during the refining process. The contract won by SUEZ will make significant improvements to the quality of the treated effluents before they are discharged into the natural environment, thus helping to limit the SO.NA.RA refinery's environmental impact. Ensuring these effluents are treated optimally is a key issue for Limbé, one of Cameroon's beach resorts, in order to protect the coastline and enhance the region's attractiveness.
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