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Wastewater Treatment Plant ‎Czepel
Hungary, Budapest
2007

Budapest invested in a new sewage system. On the Danube Island Czepel, only four kilometers away from the center of the metropolis with more than one million inhabitants, a new treatment plant had been constructed. Two parallel running sewage tunnels were planned to connect the treatment plant with the district Buda located on the west bank of the Danube River. The tunnels were driven from a 35-meter-deep launch shaft near the Lágymányos Bridge toward the Danube Island. The performance of the tunnel crew and the AVN1200TB was record-breaking. The two 500-meter-long sewage channels could be completed in only 17 and 20 days respectively. The new treatment plant was put into operation in 2010.

Data Sheet

Country, Location

Hungary, Budapest

Year

2007

Application

Sewage

Geology

Soft ground
Sand, clay, loam, silt, marl

Tunnelling length

1,000 m

Machine Data

1x AVN Machine:
Diameter: 1,505 mm
Lining method: Pipe jacking
Cutterhead power: 132 kW
Torque: 258 kNm

Your contact person Contact us

Jack Brockway President and CEO Herrenknecht Tunnelling Systems USA Inc.
Gerhard Goisser COO Herrenknecht Tunnelling Systems USA, Inc.