Estación depuradora de aguas residuales, Majadahonda, Madrid, Spain (1986)
The subseries documents the design to the construction of a residual water treatment plant, which is a key element in the passage between the sewage and the river. The plant is located in Majadahonda, Spain. It was executed for the water management company Canal de Isabel II, responsible for the water cycle for the region of Madrid. The firm identified this project as number 40.
The Majadahonda and Guadarrama plants were built at the same time.
Documenting the project are design development and working drawings, and photographic materials.
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