The aim of the Central Vietnam, Quang Binh province water treatment project was the construction of water intake and water management structures to provide the region with healthy drinking water.
There are over a 100 000 people living in the service area, north and south of the Gianh River. The project contributed to the increase of the quality of life of the low-income households and families, and to the development of basic infrastructure. Pureco as a member of the project owner, Hungarian Water Cluster, contributed to the development of the water treatment plant with its professional knowledge, design and construction experience. The project was about a 22 000 m3/day capacity surface water intake structure had been built on the Rao Nan River, which serves as the main water base.
The 22 000 m3/day capacity water intake structure serves a 10 000 m3/day capacity water treatment plant, constructed in the first phase and a 12 000 m3/day capacity water treatment plant, developed in the second phase of the project.
The water purification technology used here:
- Sand filtration
- Water storage
Quality of the treated water was tested by laboratory measurements and it is our pleasure
Clarification and sand filtration / surface water intake from river / 22 000 m3/day capacity
drinking water network