Koh Brothers Eco Engineering has secured a $200.7 million contract from the Public Utilities Board (PUB) to carry out mechanical, electrical and instrumentation control and automation (MEICA) works for Industrial Liquids Module 1 at Tuas Water Reclamation Plant (Tuas WRP). 

The company will be constructing the treatment process from preliminary, primary to secondary treatment. This includes headworks screening, primary sedimentation, biological treatment, drainage pumping station and major pipe racks under the scope of work. 

In a stock exchange filing, Koh Brothers Eco Engineering says once completed, the plant will house the world’s largest industrial used water treatment facility using ceramic membrane technology to reclaim industrial used water.


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