According to EIB website, the project is a continuation of the investment program of the SIAAP (INTERDEPARTMENTAL SYNDICATE FOR THE SANITATION OF THE PARIS AGGLOMERATION) for the upgrading of the largest wastewater treatment plant in the Paris region (Achères Seine Aval). It targets to improve the wastewater treatment and sludge treatment through the rehabilitation and upgrading of the primary settlers and the biogas plant in SIAAP's largest wastewater treatment plant with a capacity of 1.5 million cubic meters per day (combined flow of wastewater and storm water), as well as the construction of a large trunk sewer to prevent discharge of untreated sewage to Seine river.
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