Organica to build Ft 300 mln waste water system in Etyek
Environment technology company Organica Zrt is building an environment-friendly biological waste water treatment system for Ft 300 million at the Korda Film Studios in the village of Etyek, just outside Budapest, business daily Világgazdaság reported on Thursday.
The system, which will have capacity to treat 1,100 cubic meters of waste water a day, is necessary because of the additional strain the facility, especially its 6,000 square meter studio for water and underwater scenes, the world's largest, will place on the village's present waste water treatment system.
When it is completed, Organica will lease the system to a public utilities company.
Organica will complete four or five similar investments in Hungary this year, most of them for local councils. The company expects revenues to double to Ft 3 billion in 2006.
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