BDL Környezetvédelmi Kft.

Water-purification and service system construction in Vietnam

surface water intake from river, 22 000 m3/day capacity,

clarification, sand filtration, drinking water network

 

The aim of the Central Vietnam, Quang Binh province water treatment project is the construction of water intake and water management structures to provide the region with healthy drinking water. More than 100 000 people live in the service area, on the northern and southern bank of the Gianh River.

The aim of the Central Vietnam, Quang Binh province water treatment project is the construction of water intake and water management structures to provide the region with healthy drinking water. More than 100 000 people live in the service area, on the northern and southern bank of the Gianh River.

BDL Ltd. as a member of the project owner, Hungarian Water Cluster, is contributing to the development of the water treatment plant with its professional knowledge, design and construction experience. The project consists of a 22 000 m3/day capacity surface water intake point with required screens and pumping station, built on the bank of Rao Nan River, which serves as the main water base.

The water intake station is going to serve a 10 000 m3/day capacity water treatment plant, constructed in the first phase and a 12 000 m3/day capacity water treatment plant, erected in the second phase of the project.

In the first phase of the Gianh River project, the 10 000 m3/d capacity, water treatment plant (WTP) will be developed, aimed to deliver potable water to the southern area of the river.

 

The water purification technology used here:

  • Coagulation
  • Flocculation
  • Clarification
  • Sand filtration
  • Water storage

 

Our engineers had to design the water intake point and treatment plant in a block manner in order to take full advantage of the mountainous terrain and space available.

The delivery of the machines and installation work is done by Pureco Ltd., with the assistance of Hungarian sub-contractors. The majority of the products delivered to the site are Hungarian products.

After the setting and start-up works the project management team began to focus on training of the operators. This project was financed by the contribution of EXIM Bank and Vietnamese Ministry of Finance supported by a loan of non-refundable aid.
Members of the project team and the investor and representatives of local authority made discussions and consultations about the second phase of the project (where a 12 000 m3/day capacity water treatment plant is about to erect).
We are proud of the fact that more than as a result of our professional contribution 100 000 Vietnamese people can drink healthier and clean water.

 

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