New water treatment plant for Luanda

12 August 2010

A new water treatment plant and six wells will come into service this October in Luanda, in Côte d'Ivoire.

The announcement came this week, from the Minister for Economic Infrastructures, Dagobert Banzio, on a visit to the site.

The station, which has a capacity of 15,000 cubic metres per day, required an investment of 19.6 million dollars.

"By the end of October, we should have this extra capacity of over 15,000 cubic metres towards the deficit of 100,000 cubic metres (in Luanda)", declared Mr. Banzio, quoted by Angola Press.

Still in the domain of hydraulic infrastructures, but this time in Luanda, in Angola, the imminent entry into service of three new drinking water distribution centres was announced this week.

This announcement was made to the Angop press agency by the President of the Entreprise Publique d'Eau of Luanda.

They will be installed in the suburbs of the Angolan capital, in the districts of Mulemba, Befinca-II and Camama.

Category: Water

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