Yorkshire Water Tenders £75m contract

Article Date: 13th July 2017

Yorkshire Water has gone out to tender with a contract for its Hull & Huddersfield sewage and sludge treatment project worth an estimated £75 million.


Yorkshire Water is proposing to build a new regional sludge treatment facility at its Upper Brighouse Site in Huddersfield, with a treatment capacity of 16,500 tds/annum. Known as the Calder Valley Incinerator (CVI), the works will include the following:

  • new sludge reception facilities for indigenous sludge
  • imported liquid and cake
  • thickening
  • digestion
  • biogas collection and storage
  • dewatering facilities including lime stabilisation
  • and the provision of a sludge liquor treatment plant to discharge the treated liquors to an adjacent sewage treatment works.


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