Bois-de-Bay WWTP

The Bois-de-Bay plant continuously treats wastewater in a way that best conserves the quality of the Rhône's water, where the treated water is discharged.

 

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History

History

The Bois-de-Bay WWTP was commissioned in April 2009. It is one of the largest water treatment plants in Switzerland and treats water from parts of Pays-de-Gex, Meyrin, Satigny and Aïre-la-Ville, doing so by eliminating polluted water discharges into the Allondon, a river of remarkable beauty with a variety of fauna.

Key figures

Key figures
  • 130,000 residents are connected to the plant

  • more than 250 litres of wastewater

Tour information

Tour information

Target audience

 

These guided tours are suitable for companies, schools, organisations and public bodies.

They are organised for groups from 10 people minimum to 20 maximum. Recommended age: from 10 years old.

Please note: Visits are unsuitable for persons with reduced mobility.

 

Tour information

 

From Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (last tour).

Duration: 1.5 hours

Languages: French, English

 

Pricing

 

Tours are free for schools, organisations and public bodies.

For companies, the price is CHF 300 per guide (20 people).

Registration is required

 

Registration information

 

Once you have filled out our form, you will receive a confirmation e-mail.

For more information, contact us via visites.sites@sig-ge.ch, or at 022 420 85 81.

 

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