Covering a total area of nearly 62 hectares, the plant is expected to reach a designed capacity of 300,00 cubic metres per day by 2020, and 600,00 and 900,00 cubic metres per day by 2030 and 2050, respectively. Once it is put into operation after 20 months of construction, the project will benefit 3 million people in 168 communes in Gia Lam district, Hanoi in addition to the provinces of Hung Yen and Bac Ninh. The project is a key national project in Hanoi’s 2030 water plan and vision to 2050 and is being developed by VOI, the New Technology Application and Tourism One Member Company Limited (NEWTACO), VietinBank Capital, and the Hanoi Water Limited Company (Hawaco). Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony, Chairman of the Hanoi city People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung stressed that the construction of the plant is among key projects to provide clean water and improve the health condition of residents in the capital. He requested local authorities create the most favourable conditions for investors and contractors to keep the project’s progress on track and complete the project as scheduled. Also this morning, Chairman Chung attended a ceremony to open a flyover built across the Co Linh…
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