HA NOI (VNS)— Gamuda Land Vietnam LLC and Ha Noi's Department of Natural Resources and Environment completed a handover ceremony for the Yen So Sewage Treatment last Friday.
The handover included a transfer of buildings, land, equipment, legal documents and related items.
Cheong Ho Kuan, General Director of Gamuda Land Vietnam said: "Yen So Sewage Treatment project is the largest sewage treatment plant in Viet Nam today. It has been designed and built to give the whole southern part of Ha Noi a new lease of life. It will also address pressing issues on environment and water treatment facing the area."
Yen So Sewage Treatment Plant spans 91,959sq.m and has a daily capacity of 200,000cu.m, equivalent to half of Ha Noi's total sewage.
The plant aims to address urgent environmental and sewage treatment issues in Hoang Mai District and Ha Noi City.
Plant operators also believe the facility will play an important role in attracting investment to develop southern areas of Ha Noi. — VNS