Vietnam’s clean water supply industry continues to catch the eye of local and foreign investors, which is good news for all. The first phase of the AquaOne Group’s Duong River Surface Water Plant in Hanoi was inaugurated on September 5, with a capacity to pump out 300,000 cu m of clean water a day. The regional-scale clean water plant is on a total area of 65 ha and investment in this first phase came to around VND5 trillion ($216 million). The project will be expanded to 600,000 cu m a day by 2023, 900,000 by 2030, and 1.2 million after 2030. The plant was built in accordance with Hanoi’s clean water supply planning to 2030 and vision to 2050. “Investing in clean water and surface water treatment is part of efforts towards sustainable economic development, improving quality of life in the community, preventing land subsidence, controlling and protecting water security, and ensuring safety in society as regards water, which are all priorities of the AquaOne Group,” Ms. Do Thi Kim Lien, Chairwoman of the Duong River Surface Water JSC, told VET. Wave of investment Another clean water plant from DNP Corp’s DNP Water, with total investment of VND650 billion ($28… Read full this story
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