Wastewater treatment plant, 200-bed hospital inaugurated, costing $670m

06/08/2016 (Tehran Times – Iran): TEHRAN — A wastewater treatment plant and a 200-bed hospital costing 2,347 trillion rials (nearly $670m) were inaugurated in Shahryar, western Tehran, on Wednesday, IRIB reported. The wastewater treatment plant was inaugurated in a ceremony attended by First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri and Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian. The project, financed by ECO Trade and Development Bank’s 18-million-euro loan, is stretching over a land area of 23 hectares. According to Fars news agency, the scheme would meet the needs of some 720,000 people by Iranian calendar year 1415 (2036-2037). The capital used to finance this totals some 38.5m euros. The wastewater scheme is aiming at collection and treatment of household wastewater in Shahryar district to boost environmental status of the area, protect water resources from contamination, stop groundwater from depletion, develop agriculture and industries, and create job opportunities. Moreover, the inauguration ceremony was held concurrent with 14 other water projects aiming at providing water to 252 villages in 14 provinces of the country over a video conference…





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