To achieve sustainable wastewater management and protection of water resources, the overall objective of the wastewater collection and treatment project (WCTP) is to increase wastewater treatment capacity in Wuhan from the current 8 percent (32 percent after completion of an ongoing World Bank project) to approximately 64 percent of generated wastewater. Achievement of this objective will be key to achievement of the related objectives of the WCTP to (i) improve water quality of rivers and lakes in Wuhan; (ii) protect drinking water resources; (iii) improve wastewater treatment and management; (iv) improve health and living standards of residents in Wuhan, to protect water resources; and (v) benefit the Changjiang. The proposed WCTP will include three wastewater treatment plants and associated sewers. The TA will identify institutional capacity building measures including wastewater management and policy reforms necessary to ensure the long-term sustainability of the WCTP facilities.
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|Wuhan Wastewater Treatment Project||Mar 2001|
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