Two projects for water treatment and supply in the DRC and Tunisia

30 November 2009

The drainage and water treatment network of the town of Beja in Tunisia is going to be entirely upgraded and modernised.

The aim is to separate the sewer system from that of the rainwater removal network, with the replacement of 1400 metres of sewer pipes and 750 metres of rainwater drain pipes.

Work has just started and will be continued until March 2010, for a cost of 312,000 Dollars, according to the report in the daily La Presse.

As well as this, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is about to launch into phase three of the project for generally enhancing the water sector, which consists of upgrading the sewer network, improving access to drinking water, and organizing better management of water resources.

The daily La Prospérité reports that a meeting to organize the work is being held until Friday 4 December to settle the final details before the work starts.<br/>

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