This project provides technical cooperation and financing for improvements in the quality of water and water supply security in the city of Kokshetau, Akmola Oblast. This includes the modernization of the water treatment plant, and the rehabilitation of other infrastructure.
The State Communal Enterprise "Kokshetau Su Arnasy", the municipal water and wastewater utility of the City, established in the 1960s, is mainly involved in: (i) water supply to 55,100 and 2,200 state and legal entities, and (ii) collection and treatment of wastewater services. The Company supplies circa 6.4 million ms of potable water annually, 70 per cent to the population and 30 per cent to legal entities, and treats 4.6 million ms of wastewater.
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Zeinur Ismailovich Albekov,
Director GKP, Kokshetau Su Arnasy
+7 (7162) 770078
Valikhanov street, 175 A, Kokshetau City, Akmola Oblast, 475006
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