Germany’s Otto has submitted a low bid of $30 million plus DM 26 million ($17 million) for the construction of the Kusadasi-DavutlarGuzelcamli (Kus-Atak) integrated environmental project on the Aegean. The client is Kus-Atak, a grouping of the three municipalities involved in the project.

Bids were returned from the following:

Otto – $30 million plus DM 26 million ($17 million) Germany’s Lurgi with Israel’s Tahal – $60 million France’s OTV – FF 314 million ($61 million) the UK’s Biwater International – $40 million ($62 million) The project includes the construction of a wastewater treatment plant and solid waste storage facilities, and a sea-outfall amongst other structures.