Wastewater Treatment Expanding 

When all the three phases of Minab Wastewater Treatment Plant come on stream, the facility will cover 73,000 people in the city and treat 22,860 cubic meters of sewage a day for farming
Wastewater Treatment Expanding 
Wastewater Treatment Expanding 

The construction of the wastewater treatment plant in Minab County, Hormozgan Province, has been completed and is ready for inauguration, the managing director of the provincial Water and Wastewater Company said.
“The first phase of Minab Wastewater Treatment Plant with a capacity of 7,420 cubic meters per day has been completed at a cost of $4 million and will be launched before the year is out [March 20],” Abdolhamid Hamzehpour was also quoted as saying by the Energy Ministry’s news portal Paven.
“The city's sewage will be used for agricultural purposes and the first phase of the project will cover a population of 41,000 people,” he added.
According to Hamzehpour, 60 kilometers of the Minab sewage collection network have been completed and an additional 10 km are under construction.


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