Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park Wastewater Treatment Plant

     Located in Thach That District, Hanoi, Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park, a key national project occupying an area of 1586ha, developed as a model of a science city with a full range of utility services, not only contributes to the development of science and technology of Vietnam and hosts a start-up ecosystem, but also lures hundreds of major investment projects, both at home and abroad.
  As the spearhead project for treatment of wastewater of the whole hi-tech park, with a total investment of over 600 billion VND and 1 billion JPY, "Hoa Lac High-Tech Park Wastewater Treatment Plant" was constructed by leading companies in environmental technology namely Seen Tech., JSC and a joint venture of JFE and TSK Japan



. Commenced on 01 July 2016 and joined by a team of over 200 workers and 20 experienced engineers who work day and night, Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Wastewater Treatment Plant is expected to be completed ahead of schedule by the first quarter of 2019. The plant is designed and constructed in accordance with European and Japanese standards. In particular, to ensure stringency during the construction, this is the first multi-stakeholder project joined by Nippon Koei as design consultant and by the joint venture of Katahira Japan and Yooshin Korea as supervision consultant. Covering a total area of 55,000 m2 and having a capacity of 36,000m3 of wastewater per day and night, the project consists of such items as: wastewater separator, anaerobic treatment tank, anoxic treatment tank, oxic treatment tank, sludge treatment zone, chemical zone, repair workshop, central control room, etc. meeting output quality standards in column A of QCVN 40 - National Technical Regulation on Industrial Wastewater.

With the ambition to keep the environment green and contribute to the development of the country, we believe that Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park Wastewater Treatment Plant will not only provide clean air for the whole park and prevent damage to the industrial environment, but also attract picky but potential foreign investors.

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