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L’HAY-LES-ROSES, France (94)

150,000 m3/day – Origin : Ground water - Application : Drinking water

The plant of L’Haÿ-les-Roses distributes water the south of 4 subburbs of Paris. Every day, the capital consumes in average 560,000 m3 of drinking water.

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland

65 000 m3/day – Origin : Surface water - Application : Drinking water

The Lutry water treatment plant, on the banks of Lake Leman, supplies the city of Lausanne and the surrounding municipalities.

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ORLEANS, France (45)

40 000 m3/day – Origin : Ground water - Application : Eau potable

The Val plant produces nearly 40,000 m3/day for Orléans and a small part of the subburbs. It provides drinking water for 155,000 inhabitants.

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HELBARRON, France (64)

18,200 m3/day – Origin : Surface water - Application : Eau potable

La Nivelle plant supplies 3 communities (St Jean de Luz, Ciboure and Urrugne) in southwest of France.

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NANCY, France (54)

18,200 m3/day – Origin : Surface water - Application : Drinking water

 The water for the city of Nancy and its outling areas is drawn from the Moselle. The Edouard Imbeaux plant produces 82,000 m3/day, supplying 266,000 inhabitants.

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