BUSKI East Wastewater Treatment Plant

240,000 m3 of wastewater is treated at the Bursa East Wastewater Treatment Plant on average.

Operation Start Date: May 2012


Operation Ending Date: December 2021


Population Equivalent: 1.550.000


Total Capacity: 240,000 m³/day

Project Description


Bursa East Wastewater Treatment Plant is built in accordance with the five-stage Bardenpho process (Phoredox) to serve a population equivalent of 1,550,000 residents. An average daily volume of 240,000 m3 of wastewater is treated at the plant.


The plant consists of the following units:

  • Overflow Spillway,
  • Coarse Grid,
  • First-Stage Pumping Station, Fine Grids, Sand-Holding Tanks,
  • Pretreatment Unit consisting of Second-Stage Pumping Station,
  • Flow Measuring Channels,
  • Selector and Anaerobic Tanks,
  • Aerated Lagoons,
  • Distribution and Collection Systems,
  • Final Settling Tanks,
  • Purified Water System,
  • Service and Fire Hydrant Tank and Pumping Station,
  • Return Activated Sludge Pumping Stations,
  • High Return Activated Sludge Pumping Station,
  • Sludge Grid System and Buffer Tanks,
  • Sludge Dewatering and Lime Stabilization System,
  • Ammonia Removal Unit,
  • Overflow and Drainfield Pumps,
  • Generator Buildings,
  • Substation and Power Distribution Buildings,
  • Operations Buildings and Ateliers,
  • Auxiliary Buildings and Structures.


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