Case Study 3

Madrid (Spain)
Madrid (Spain)


Madrid (Spain)


The Valmayor Drinking Water Treatment Plant (VDWTP) is managed by Canal de Isabel II and the plant has been operating since 1976

Madrid (Spain)

Key facts

  • The plant capacity is 1,036,800 m3/day and it is the second biggest drinking water treatment plant in Spain. It receives water from the Valmayor Reservoir.
  • The plant contains a pilot plant for researching and validating innovative technologies that can treat water from any process.

Expected activities

  • Install a MITO3X® (including fluoro-absorbance sensors for process control) unit to optimize final disinfection with chloramines and 2 UV-VIS sensors.
  • Investigate and optimize the formation of monochloramine.

Partners involved