10 additional wastewater treatment plants have come into operation in industrial zones in the southern province of Binh Duong, said the provincial People’s Committee.
In all, Binh Duong province currently has 15 wastewater treatment plants capable of processing 59,500m3 a day. The industrial zones have also planted many hectares of trees, reaching around 24,5% of its initial plan.
Binh Duong provincial People’s Committee has instructed the industrial zones’ management boards to work with the provincial Department of Resources and Environment to supervise the building of the wastewater treatment plants and tree planting, particularly in new industrial zones.
Translated by Vu Hung
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