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The deep gravity flow tunnels will terminate at the state-of-the art Tuas Water Reclamation Plant (TWRP) which will have an initial capacity of 800,000m3 per day and will produce NEWater and Industrial grade treated water for recycling. The TWRP will be located on the same site as the Singapore National Environment Agency's (NEA) proposed S$3B, 5,800 tonnes per day, Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) and will share synergies with it.
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Geoffrey is a Civil and Environmental Engineer with Bachelor and Masters Degrees from the University of New South Wales. He started his career as a Cadet Engineer with Sydney Water and has 45 years experience in water, wastewater, municipal wastes and other public infrastructure.