Metso Outotec to deliver water treatment plant for a gold mine

Metso Outotec has signed an engineering and technology contract to deliver a raw water treatment plant for a gold plant project in the Middle East. The order value exceeds € 10 million, and it has been booked in Minerals’ Q3/2021 orders received.

The raw water treatment plant, which represents one of Metso Outotec’s many Planet Positive technologies, will help ensure the gold plant’s process performance and efficiency. Cleaned municipal waste water is used as the raw water source for the new raw water treatment plant. Metso Outotec has delivered over 30 water treatment plants for the minerals processing industry around the world.

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