Integrated Validation Plant at Ulu Pandan

The IVP has been designed to operate multiple modes of primary and secondary treatment processes, thus enhancing cost savings and energy efficiency while reducing manpower requirements through automation

The Integrated Validation Plant (IVP) at Ulu Pandan seeks to integrate advanced waste water treatment technologies with digital capabilities to minimise risks posed by extreme weather, while enhancing water sustainability. As Singapore reclaims, recycles and reuses water, the Public Utilities Board (PUB) constantly seeks ways to maximise water efficiency and lower energy use to ensure a sustainable supply of water. Research and innovation are at the core of national efforts to implement more eco-friendly used water treatment technologies that can use less energy and less chemicals while generating more biogas for power.

Ensuring Singapore’s water security and sustainability

PUB developed the IVP to validate state-of-the-art design concepts for the future Tuas Water Reclamation Plant (WRP), designed to produce high-grade reclaimed waters from used water, while optimising energy consumed and generated through the processes. Planned for completion in 2025, Tuas WRP will be part of the S$6.5 billion Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS) Phase 2 project, constructed to meet Singapore’s used water collection, treatment and disposal needs.

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Project Name: Integrated Validation Plant at Ulu Pandan
Location: Ulu Pandan Water Reclamation Plant, Singapore
Completion Date: December 2017
Site Area: 7174.64 square metres
Gross Floor Area: 1834.67 square metres
Building Height: 2 storeys
Plant Capacity: 12,500 cubic meters a day
Government Implementing Agency: Public Utilities Board (PUB)
Detailed Design Consultants: Black & Veatch (SEA) Pte Ltd; AECOM Singapore Pte Ltd
Structural & Architecture: AECOM Singapore Pte Ltd (structural); Black & Veatch (SEA) Pte Ltd (architect)
MEP Process Engineers: Black & Veatch (SEA) Pte Ltd
Quantity Surveyor: AECOM Singapore Pte Ltd
Main Contractor: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (MHI-AP)
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