Representative of the Hanoi Project Management Unit on Water Supply, Drainage and Environment said the project covers an area of 4,874 hectares, including a waste water treatment plant with capacity of 270,000 cubic meters per day and a sewage system with total length of 52.62 kilometers and diameter of 400 – 2,400 millimeters.
The project consists of four civil works, including (1) the construction of Yen Xa waste water treatment plant; (2) construction of sewage system surrounding To Lich river and the main sewage with length of 21.66 kilometers; (3) construction of sewage system surrounding Lu river with length of 7.66 kilometers; (4) construction of sewage system for a part of Ha Dong district and new urban area.
Chairman of Hanoi People’s Committee Chung commended efforts of the Project Management Unit in ensuring the construction progress, saying this is a priority project of Hanoi.
Once completed, the project would treat waste water from seven districts, including sewage discharged into To Lich river, contributing to the improvement of the environment and tackle the pollution in the river.
Chung requested all contractors to mobilize sufficient personnel and equipment to speed up the construction process, while taking into consideration Vietnam’s climate to have the best construction solution.
“With a new construction method, I’m positive that the project would be able to complete in 2021,” said Chung.