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Isfahan Power Plant to Help Support Water Conservation

Isfahan Power Plant to Help Support Water ConservationIsfahan Power Plant to Help Support Water Conservation

Isfahan wastewater network will be linked via a 3000-meter pipeline to the sewage treatment unit of Isfahan Power Plant, in the eponymous central province, and save 5 million cubic meters of water annually, managing director of the provincial electric company said.
“Construction of the wastewater unit for the power station cost $3.3 million and is now ready to receive raw sewage for treatment,” Bargh News quoted Saeed Mohseni as saying. The output will be used by industries and farmers.
“The plant can produce 5 million cubic meters of treated wastewater per annum, a part of which will be sold to farmers along the Zayandehrud River (now almost dry) and the rest to cooling towers and steam units in the power plant,” he noted.

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