24 February 2014

Angola: New Treatment Stations to Provide Wastewater Recycling Service

The drinking water treatment plants of Quilonga Grande and Bita to be built this year will have recycling wastewater services to avoid the loss of the product in those facilities, announced the Water Supply Company (EPAL EP).

This was confirmed Monday by EPAL EP CEO, Leonídio Ceita, stressing that the construction of Quilonga Grande and Bita stations will enable the reuse of water for consumption.

Leonídio Ceita said that with the completion of these projects will enable to follow up the growth of Luanda city.

The stations, he added, will initially produce one million cubic meters of water daily and the entry of the second phase the production will stand at 1.6 million cubic meters.

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