Through our expertise in sustainability, water treatment and desalinization, ACCIONA Water is proud to deliver clean, potable water to more than 69 million people worldwide.
In addition to our international experience designing, constructing and operating drinking water, wastewater and tertiary treatment plants and desalinization facilities, ACCIONA Water is committed to developing sustainable solutions for water treatment and service.
ACCIONA Water designs, builds and operates water treatment projects across five continents serving public and private clients and managing public-private partnerships. In the U.S., ACCIONA Water operates the nation’s largest desalinization plant, which supplies 10 percent of potable water to the city of Tampa Bay, Florida. We have also helped deliver clean water solutions to the city of Monterey, California, through our work at the protected Carmel River and Seaside Aquifer.
ACCIONA Water offers end-to-end management of the water treatment process as part of our ongoing mission to deliver sustainable, global water purification and desalinization solutions.
The drinking-water treatment or purification process consists of a series of actions to treat the water in order to make it suitable for human consumption. The process is carried out in a Water Purification Plant.
ACCIONA Agua offers a range of innovative solutions designed to overcome the problems involved indrinking-water treatment. It has built 115 plants in all, with a total capacity of more than 7million m3/d enough to satisfy the water needs of nearly 26 million people.
The wastewater treatment or purification consists of a series of processes that remove or reduce the physical, chemical and biological contaminants from water coming from public use to achieve the quality and quantity required characteristics. The process is carried out in a Wastewater Treatment Plant(WWTP).
ACCIONA Agua delivers efficient wastewater treatment solutions at minimum installation costs. The company runs more than 300 plants with a total capacity of 13,2 million m3/d that meet the needs of apopulation of nearly 54 million inhabitants.
Desalination consists of a series of processes to remove part or all salt and other minerals from seawater or brackish water to transform it into suitable for irrigation or drinking purposes. The desalination process is carried out in a water desalination plant, also known asSeawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO).
ACCIONA Agua is a leader in Reverse Osmosis sea- and brackish-water desalination. Its broad experience covers the entire project life-cycle: design, build, commission, and O&M.
More than 70 desalination plants, producing a total of over 2.3 million m3/d, supplying more than 10.5 million people
ACCIONA Agua runs WWTPs and DWTPs with its sights set on optimizing all aspects of the treatment by applying cutting-edge technology, minimizing energy costs, carrying out ongoing tests to monitor water quality, and efficiently managing the sludge, waste and byproducts generated by the treatment processes.
ACCIONA Agua applies a policy of sustainability in the operation and maintenance of its facilities, for example by minimising the emissions of odours and noise, reducing energy consumption and reusing effluent water in the preparation processes for reagents.
The Tampa Bay project is but one of ACCIONA Agua’s 70 reference plants in the sector with a total installed capacity of over 1.6 million cubic meters per day.
The contract includes the construction and subsequent operation of the world's largest waste water treatment plant, located in Atotonilco, in the state of Hidalgo.
The plant provides water to the towns of Fajardo, Ceiba and Luquillo, from a reservoir fed by the River Fajardo.
ACCIONA Agua built the first desalination plant for a mining operation.
The Mundaring Water Treatment Plant is the major source of water for around 33,000 rural and town services that comprise the Goldfields and Agricultural Water Supply Scheme
The desalination project is a key part of the South Australian government’s Water Proofing Adelaide Strategy. It provides Adelaide with half of its annual water usage and is powered by sustainable energy sources.
Design and construction of the first desalination plant in Great Britain.
The project is part of an overall plan aimed at improving drinking water supply along the Rabat-Casablanca coastline.
ACCIONA Agua aims to reduce the plant's carbon dioxide emissions and its electrical energy consumption.
Treatment of waters from Alcorcón and Leganés in Madrid, which flow into the Butarque sewer.