The European Union requirement on Belgium to bring its waste water treatment up to standard will provide work for Wanty’s sewer installation teams for at least the next ten years. Under the supervision of the SPGE (Belgian Water Management Board), regional authorities are redoubling efforts to install the most difficult last few kilometres of the network.
The requirements imposed by the SPGE are increasingly strict, particularly with regard to leak protection
This applies especially to the last few kilometres of the public sewerage system to be installed in Wallonia. The most difficult sections have undoubtedly been left until last. Increasingly branched networks in clay soil, marshy ground or below the water table are costly and require specialised technology.
Wanty’s pipe laying teams undertake both public and private sector work, generally associated with business parks and housing estates.
The Wanty Group is able to provide its teams with the means necessary to complete the work to a high standard and on schedule.
The Wanty Group also supplies water treatment systems for private individuals. For private estates, it can supply collective systems for groups of around 250 inhabitants or equivalent.
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- IDEA –Bois Hoyaux, Plat Fossé and Princesse collector systems at Binche
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