Investment called for wastewater treatment plants construction project in Ho Chi Minh City

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Ho Chi Minh City Department of Construction has called for investment in 6 wastewater treatment plants comprising North Saigon 1, North Saigon 2, Cau Dua, Northwest, West Saigon, and Suoi Nhum in Vietnam.

Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is investing in various projects to improve wastewater treatment. This includes consolidating factories such as Tan Hoa - Lo Gom (300,000 m3/day), Binh Tan (180,000 m3/day), and Saigon West (150,000 m3/day), which are projected to be completed by 2030. The relevant departments and agencies are working diligently to assess available land and mark suitable locations for the planned construction of wastewater treatment plants. Additionally, administrative procedures are being reformed, and project implementation is being accelerated to expedite progress.

The HCMC authorities have set pricing for drainage and wastewater treatment services to encourage investment in the sector. The city is also actively seeking Official Development Assistance (ODA) funds from organizations such as the Japan International Cooperation Agency, the World Bank, and the Asian Development Bank. Furthermore, promoting public-private partnerships and the socialization of investment in drainage and wastewater treatment infrastructure is being emphasized to attract additional capital resources.

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