The Jilin Water Supply and Sewerage Development Project is a key urban infrastructure initiative of the Jilin provincial government (JPG). The Project will help (i) reduce water pollution; (ii) protect water resources; (iii) address water shortage through recycling effluent and meet the demand for high-quality treated water by 2010; (iv) promote sustainable economic development; and (v) improve the environment, living conditions, and public health standards in three cities and one district of Jilin Province. The Project has five components involving the improvement and expansion of (i) the Changchun wastewater treatment and sewerage system; (ii) the Shuangyang water supply system; (iii) the Changchun Yongchun River flood control capacity; (iv) the Liaoyuan water supply system; and (v) the Meihekou water supply system. The Project will provide capacity building and training on project management, institutional and wastewater management, and tariff analysis for all the project implementing agencies (IAs).
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households with new or improved water supply
kilometers of water supply pipes installed or upgraded
cubic million/day of waste water treatment capacity added or improved
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