Russia and other CIS countries require sustainable solutions for water supply, wastewater treatment, irrigation, infrastructure and environmental protection. Enabling compliance with stringent local and EU water quality standards, TAHAL’s projects have led to greater access to safe drinking water and a cleaner environment.

Having launched its European operations with a major water supply project in Romania in 2000, TAHAL now also serves as an engineering consultant and contractor across the continent.
With headquarters in Amsterdam and a permanent presence in Romania and Russia, TAHAL is equipped to meet the challenges of rapid growth in countries throughout the region.


Integrated Agricultural Development – Vojvodina, Serbia

Vojvodina is a province of roughly 2 million inhabitants located in northern Serbia, with agricultural land making up almost 85% of its territory. A joint venture between a private investor and the Serbian government selected TAHAL to design and implement an integrated agricultural development project that would address statutory issues, utilize modern technologies and methodologies, and prove economically profitable.
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Construction of Water Intake Lagoon and Water Treatment Plant – Yakutsk, Russia

TAHAL was selected by Vodokanal Yakutsk, the supplier of drinking water to the city of some 300,000 people, to design and build a water intake lagoon on the Lena River and a water treatment plant with a capacity of 110,000 m3/day. Yakutsk is considered the coldest major city in the world, with average winter temperatures of -38.6° C (-37.5° F).
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Water and Wastewater Development – Neamt County, Romania

With a population of some 470,000, Neamt County is situated in northeastern Romania, in the historic region of Moldavia. Its county seat is in Piatra Neamt, the county’s largest city with a population of approximately 80,000. Apa Serv SA, the local water utility, selected TAHAL to design and supervise the rehabilitation and extension of its water supply and sewerage infrastructures in Neamt County’s urban and rural areas.
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Wastewater Conveyance System Rehabilitation – Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest is Romania’s capital and largest city, with a population of over 2 million in its metropolitan area. The Bucharest municipality selected TAHAL to design and implement a rehabilitation of the city’s wastewater conveyance system, with the aim of modernizing the system and improving its efficiency.
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Upgrading of Wastewater Treatment Plant – Ivanovo, Russia

The Russian Ministry of Regional Development and the City of Ivanovo have chosen TAHAL to serve as general contractor for upgrading the existing Ivanovo wastewater treatment plant with a capacity of 320,000 m3/day. The project included the construction of a new sludge treatment line including biogas co-generation based on anaerobic digestion.
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Construction of Water Treatment Plant & Horizontal Water Intake Facilities – Orenburg, Russia

A tender was issued for the construction of a new water treatment plant (WTP) and the rehabilitation of existing horizontal water intake facilities. Over the course of the project, TAHAL has provided the following services: Design, Obtaining all necessary approvals, licenses and permits, Construction...
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Rehabilitation of Iskozh Wastewater Pumping Station – Kazan, Russia

MUP Kazan Vodokanal selected TAHAL to perform full reconstruction of the Iskozh wastewater pumping station. The main goal of the project was to restore the pumping station and to introduce full automatization of the facility.
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New Facilities at Yuzhnaya Water Treatment Plant – St. Petersburg, Russia

TAHAL in JV with ZAO Vodokanalstroy was hired by MUP Vodokanal St. Petersburg, the supplier of potable water to the city of 5 million people, to establish new facilities at the Yuzhnaya water treatment plant. The project included a development, detailed design, and construction and commissioning for a new treatment plant with a nominal capacity of 350,000 m3/day.
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New Water Treatment Plant – Belgrade, Serbia

The Public Utility Company Belgrade Waterworks and Sewerage selected TAHAL to design and supply key equipment for its new Makis 2 water treatment plant (WTP). Given Belgrade’s history of water shortages, the utility, which is the sole provider of potable water in Serbia’s capital and largest city, wanted to increase the availability of drinking water for the residents of Belgrade and its environs. Situated on the bank of the Sava River, the Makis 2 WTP is designed to process and treat raw water from the river.
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Water Supply Systems in Rural Areas – Romania

The Romanian Ministry of Regional Development and Housing selected TAHAL to design and implement over 500 centralized water supply schemes in rural areas of 26 counties throughout Romania. The main goal of the project was to provide drinking water meeting World Health Organization (WHO) standards to some one million rural inhabitants of Romania.
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US Steel Waste Management Facility

Feasibility study, EIA and preliminary & detailed design of 37 ha complex for industrial solid waste landfill and leachate WWTP, including application for required permits. Facility is designed to handle a total of 4,215,000 m3 of non-hazardous waste and 242,000 m3 of hazardous waste in two 5-year phases.
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Industrial & Domestic WWTP and Collector Pipelines, Kocaeli Province

BOT project for design, supply and construction of WWTP to treat wastewater from the industrial zone and domestic wastewater from two municipalities. Process includes physical, chemical & biological treatment, plus sludge dehydration. Initial 14,500 m3/day capacity will grow to 21,000 m3/day. Works include collector pipelines (35 km), 10 pumping stations and SCADA system.
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Feasibility Studies and Detailed Design for Main Irrigation Infrastructure Rehabilitation

Feasibility study for rehabilitation of the main irrigation infrastructure in five irrigation schemes, including an environmental impact study and socioeconomic analysis.
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Arad Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Rehabilitation Project

Rehabilitation and upgrading of WWTP to serve a population equivalent (PE) of 225,000, with maximum capacity of 84,300 m3/day. Turnkey project included topographical and geotechnical investigations; detailed design; procurement; execution of civil, electromechanical and SCADA works; and commissioning.
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