Tres depuradoras de aguas residuales: Villalba, Guadarrama, Majadahonda, Spain (1986)
This project series documents the design and construction of three residual water treatment plants: Villalba, Guadarrama, and Majadahonda. These are key elements in the passage between the sewage and the river. The plants are located in the Community of Madrid, Spain. They were executed for the water management company Canal de Isabel II Gestión, responsible for the water cycle for the Community of Madrid. The firm identified this project as number 40.
Arranged in this project series are three subseries documenting different water treatment and sewage purifying plants AP164.S1.1986.D5.SD1, AP164.S1.1986.D5.SD2, AP164.S1.1986.D5.SD3.
Documenting the project are design development and working drawings, textual records, and photographic materials.
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