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40 Water, Wastewater Treatment Plants Planned
40 Water, Wastewater Treatment Plants Planned
Monday, April 23, 2018

40 Water, Wastewater Treatment Plants Planned

Monday, April 23, 2018

40 Water, Wastewater Treatment Plants Planned

Iran plans to build 40 water and wastewater treatment plants in the current fiscal year (started March 21), the planning and development deputy of National Water and Wastewater Engineering Company of Iran (Abfa) said on Sunday.
“The plants, which will have a total treatment capacity of over 1.5 million cubic meters of water and wastewater, are estimated to cost about 17.6 trillion rials ($360 million),” Ali Asqar Qane' was also quoted as saying by ISNA.
"The plants include 26 plants for wastewater treatment, 12 for treating water and two desalination plants, which can significantly enhance the quality of potable water."
Qane’ noted that the treatment plants can treat 1 million cubic meters of water per day.

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