According to the bank website, "The Project involves the expansion by 100 million liters per day (MLD) water production capacity in the Tan Hiep Water Treatment Plant, Viet Nam. This capacity will serve domestic consumption and industrial zones in Ben Cat Town, Tan Uyen Town and Thu Dau Mot City. The expansion includes additional water intake pumps and 9 km of raw water transmission pipes from the Dong Nai River and the downstream distribution network. The total project cost will be $ million, of which the upstream water intake work and raw water transmission, downstream distribution network connection and project preparation would cost $ million and the additional water production capacity and works within the Tan Hiep Water Treatment Plan would be $16 million."
Hong, Won Myong (Project Officer)
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