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United tenders for less ammonia

United Utilities has issued a tender for a £35 million job to design, procurement, construct and commissioning a process treatment facility at Daveyhulme, Greater Manchester.

The plant treats waste water generated by some 1.1m people and discharges it to the Manchester Ship Canal.

United Utlities has tendered for a new facility as it must reduce the ammonia contents in discharges following the canal being designated under the Freshwater Fish Directive in 2003.

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