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One of the most advanced sewage treatment plants in the world will be built in Yakutsk

Recently, Vodokanal OJSC signed a contract with the Israeli company Tahal Consulting Engineers Limited for the construction of water intake and treatment facilities in the city of Yakutsk. Construction work will begin next year and should be completed in 2018.

Nikolai Zhestkov, general director of Vodokanal, called the construction of a water intake in Yakutsk “the construction of the century”. Back in 2000, a decision was made to start the design and construction of water intake facilities. In the next 10 years, only a part of the plans was realized: the foundation of the treatment facilities and the station of the second lift were built. Due to the lack of funding in 2009-2010, the work was suspended. And only in 2012, the program for the reconstruction of water intake and treatment facilities in the city of Yakutsk was approved and a tender was announced. And finally, a contract was signed with Tahal Consulting Engineering Limited.

4 billion rubles - this is the total amount of construction of the facility. However, at the moment, an agreement has been concluded with the European Bank for only 2 billion rubles under the guarantee of the government of Yakutia.

According to Limited Saar, president of the company Tahal Consulting Inzhinirs: “The treatment plant to be built in Yakutsk will become one of the most advanced in the world. In our projects, we use the technological developments of Israeli specialists, while attracting local labor and contractors, so this facility will bring many jobs to Yakutia. ".

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