H.E. Kuoch Chamroeun inspect the second wastewater treatment plant
Preah Sihanouk (MGO) - With the participation of Sihanoukville Governor, Director of relevant departments and units in Preah Sihanouk Province, H.E. Kuoch Chamroeun, Governor of Preah Sihanouk Province, inspected the location of the second water treatment plant (PS2) in Buon Village, Buon Commune, Preah Sihanouk Municipality, on Wednesday morning, September 15th, 2021. To preserve the environment and natural resources living in the sea, the wastewater treatment plant can generate 7,200 cubic meters of wastewater each day.
MABR technology can save around $ 180,000 per year compared to A20 and $ 620,000 per year compared to MBR processing stages, according to MABR, A20, and MBR process experience. The next step is to use chemicals like PAC and PAM to collect and destroy bacteria using a UV system.
MABR treated water has a considerably higher efficiency than inland drainage requirements in the United States, Japan, and Europe. As a consequence, the cleaned water may be safely released into the sea without causing environmental or biological harm.
The wastewater treatment plant has European, American, and Japanese standard equipment, as well as a standard system and a PLC automatic control system that is simple to run and maintain. The Royal Government of Cambodia has given the Cambodian people a valuable present in the form of modern wastewater treatment plants is a valuable present of the Royal Government of Cambodia given to Cambodian people.
H.E. Governor of Preah Sihanouk Province confirmed at the time that the current inspection of the wastewater treatment plant shows that the wastewater after treatment is of good quality, does not pollute the environment, and does not harm marine biodiversity, so we must all work together to protect it and keep the environment clean and green in order for our city to be clean and green. The province government wants to construct a new wastewater treatment plant with a capacity of more than 20,000 cubic meters of wastewater per day in Buon Commune.
H.E. Governor went on to say that the company has demonstrated the ability to convert dirty water into clean, non-toxic water and that we can use the converted water for fish farming. Moreover, we want such clean water before pouring it into the sea, where it will not harm the environment or our biodiversity. It should be mentioned that Sihanoukville now operates two wastewater treatment plants and aims to open the construction site for a third wastewater treatment plant in Buon Commune in the near future, as well as continuing to develop wastewater treatment plants across the city.
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