PSNews - A wastewater treatment plant, built by aids from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), was officially inaugurated on November 16 in the central coastal province of Quang Nam.
The plant, backd by JICA, is was part of a project to improve the quality of water in the Pagoda Bridge area in Hoi An City. The plant uses Japanese advanced technology for treating wastewater, which is energy-efficient, cost-effective and ensures the quality of treated water, helping contribute to the regional socioeconomic growth.
|At the inauguration ceremony.
According to Hoi An's authority, the new plant's capacity is 2,000 cubic meters of wastewater per day.
The authorities of Hoi An hoped that the modern wastewater treatment facility in the area near Pagoda Bridge, which was mostly sponsored by Japan will help the ancient town deal with wastewater pollution, contributing to creating a green, clean and beautiful landscape.
In 2015, the Vietnamese government signed an agreement with Japan to build a modern wastewater treatment facility in the area near the bridge. The Japanese government offered non-refundable aid of VND240 billion ($10.2 million) for the project while local government spent VND48 billion on land clearance in the Cam Pho Ward.
In the beginning of November, the Japan International Cooperation Agency and the construction unit handed over the modern wastewater treatment facility to the Hoi An Municipal People's Committee.By Thien Minh