ContiTech Carei, part of German automotive group Continental, has inaugurated a wastewater treatment plant, following a EUR 1.8 million investment, a press release informs.
This will treat residual water in its own biological reactors, thus ensuring the optimization of water quality indicators in the parameters agreed according to the legislation in force.
“This investment was necessary because, by treating waste water and framing it in quality indicators, pollution will be eliminated and the environment will be preserved. The main objective of this project is to provide the inhabitants in the area a cleaner environment. The investment beneficiaries are both ContiTech Carei employees and local residents,” Andreas Witkowski, General Manager ContiTech Carei, stated.
The construction of this new unit lasted a year and here will work four operators that will ensure the proper functioning of the equipment and will supervise, check and maintain the station.
Continental pointed out the Carei project includes a modern construction for wastewater treatment and discharge, equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
ContiTech Carei has nearly 2,000 employees. The company has invested more than EUR 45 million in its unit in Satu Mare County.