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Tehran Wastewater Infrastructure Needs 5 More Years

Pipe laying has been undertaken in 22 districts of the capital expanding in all four directions to connect households and industries to the wastewater network
Tehran Wastewater Infrastructure Needs 5 More YearsTehran Wastewater Infrastructure Needs 5 More Years

Expansion of Tehran’s wastewater network has registered 76% progress and is expected to be completed in five years, managing director of Tehran Province Water and Wastewater Company said.
“The overall plan is for constructing 9,000 kilometers of wastewater network of which 6,800 km are in place,” Mohammadreza Bakhtiari was quoted as saying by Mehr News Agency.
Pipe laying work has been undertaken in all 22 districts of the expanding capital to connect households and industries to the wastewater network.
Tehran Province has 15 wastewater treatment plants, seven of which are within Tehran City.
“The plants in the province are planned to produce 850 million cubic meters of water per annum by 2030,” Bakhtiari said.

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