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Wroclaw gets fit for the European Football
Wroclaw in Poland, one of the venues for the European Football Championship next year, is busy preparing for the great event. One project is the renewal and extension of the city’s sewage treatment plant. The authorities of this open-minded, vibrant city will only consider the most advanced environmental technology.

As reported in Info 69, they opted for the most progressive technology for dewatering and thickening when they commissioned Bellmer, in close cooperation with its partner company Klimapol, to modernize the entire sludge dewatering plant. The scope of supply included seven WPN-K 3 units, one conveyor system including more than 20 conveyor screws, one flocculant station and all associated pumps. The sludge thickening section within the sewage treatment plant will also be updated. Six TURBODrains - including the modern TD Green 3 - are still to be started up this summer.

In the meantime, other venues for European Football Championship 2012 in Poland have opted for Bellmer technology for their modernization projects.

In Poznan, for example, 16 Bellmer units are already in operation at the city’s sewage treatment plants.Now we just have to pin our hopes on Germany’s footballers making it to Poland. If they can perform like Bellmer, we have nothing to fear!
Ultra-modern WinklePresses in Wroclaw