Wabag to build drinking water treatment plant in Vietnam

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Wabag has secured a US$13 million order for the 150 000 m3/d Duong River Water Treatment Plant in Vietnam.

The plant will serve around 3 million people in Hanoi and the surrounding provinces.

Wabag will complete the order on a turnkey basis within an 11-month timescale.

The raw water taken from Duong River in Hanoi will be treated in a multi-stage system using technologies such as lamella clarifiers and dual media filters.

Wabag is responsible for design & engineering, equipment supply, installation, commissioning, performance tests, training and technical assistance to the client.

The contract marks a successful entry for Wabag into Vietnam's municipal sector and follows a 2016 order worth more than US$20 million for an industrial water treatment plant, which provides the Long Phu 1 Thermal Power Plant in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta with a reliable supply of industrial water supply.