Isfahan Power Station to Treat Wastewater

Isfahan Power Station to Treat WastewaterIsfahan Power Station to Treat Wastewater

Isfahan Power Plant in the eponymous central province has launched a plan to meet 30% of its water demand by treating effluents produced in the nearby cities of Khomeini Shahr and Dorcheh instead of relying on Zayanderoud River, which has dried up, the plant’s managing director said. 
“Upon the project’s completion, the progress of which depends on providing financial resources, the power plant will secure a minimum but reliable volume of electricity output,” Bahman Niki was also quoted as saying by ILNA on Monday.
Niki added that the power plant has obtained permits for building a 320-megawatt unit with hybrid cooling tower, for which a contract will be signed with MAPNA Group, Iran’s top engineering and energy enterprise, based on the engineering, procurement and construction management framework. Hybrid cooling towers represent a combination of wet and dry cooling while meeting stringent environmental standards. 


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