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SAIPA Jumps on Green Bandwagon

SAIPA Jumps on Green Bandwagon SAIPA Jumps on Green Bandwagon

Iran’s major carmaker SAIPA has completed the third phase of a scheme which aims to help mitigate the depletion of underground water resources.
The plan allows the company to use 1,400 cubic meters of refined industrial wastewater each day in the manufacturing process, according to SAIPA’s deputy for production Masoud Lolo. 
Utilizing industrial wastewater processed in the company’s treatment station, the company is concurrently conserving water and trimming car production expenses, reported SAIPA News.

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