China, People's Republic of: Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project

Sovereign Project | 46050-002

The project aims to promote environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive urbanization in Huanggang, Hubei Province by improving the urban environment. The project will improve the lakes and rivers' water quality, flood-retention capacity, and aesthetic value contributing to economic prosperity and enhanced livability in the lakeside urban areaemployment opportunities.

Project Details

  • Project Officer
    Wang, Lan
    East Asia Department
    Request for information
  • Country/Economy
    China, People's Republic of
  • Modality
    • Loan
  • Sector
    • Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
Project Name Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project
Project Number 46050-002
Country / Economy China, People's Republic of
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 3168-PRC: Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project
Ordinary capital resources US$ 100.00 million
Strategic Agendas Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
Sector / Subsector

Agriculture, natural resources and rural development / Water-based natural resources management

Public sector management / Public administration

Water and other urban infrastructure and services / Urban solid waste management

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Effective gender mainstreaming
Description

The project aims to promote environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive urbanization in Huanggang, Hubei Province by improving the urban environment. The project will improve the lakes and rivers' water quality, flood-retention capacity, and aesthetic value contributing to economic prosperity and enhanced livability in the lakeside urban areaemployment opportunities.

Huanggang is located on the north bank of the middle reach of the Yangtze River in eastern Hubei Province, 78 kilometers (km) from the provincial capital, Wuhan. Building on a rural-based economy, Huanggang is one of the poorest municipalities in the province and has a relatively low urbanization rate of 35.7%. The Huanggang municipal government (HMG) in its Twelfth Five-Year Plan, 2011 2015 targets to transform its economic structure and facilitate urbanization with expanded secondary and tertiary industries. Huanggang is well positioned to take advantage of national and regional development plans due to its proximity to Wuhan; good connectivity with neighboring cities and provinces; and rich historic, cultural, and human resources. Huanggang has the potential to play a strategic role in facilitating socioeconomic development in the central region of the PRC. This is envisaged under the national plan. Furthermore, Huanggang is part of the Wuhan 1+8 megacity cluster, which the PRC government endorsed as a pilot for balanced regional development in the province.

Huanggang is on a floodplain, with many lakes and rivers. Protecting the water environment and controlling water pollution in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, the largest of the seven river basins in the PRC and also the source of a high amount of wastewater, is a key government strategy. One of the urban development constraints of Huanggang is the deteriorating water quality in lakes and rivers, which are silted and blocked with polluted sediments, hindering natural hydraulic circulation, further degrading the water environment and ecology, weakening resilience to floods and droughts, and adversely affecting public health and safety. Huanggang's three major urban lakes Baitan, Chiye, and Yiai are severely polluted with organic matter and nutrients. Much of the surface water quality is currently measured as class V or worse. Realizing the importance of improving water quality for the city's sustainable development, HMG has made plans and increased investments to control pollution at the source and to improve the environment. To date, HMG investment has focused on improving water quality in Yiai Lake in the existing urban area, leaving other lakes and rivers unattended.

Limited urban space also constrains the development potential of Huanggang. The existing central urban area in Huangzhou District is dense and inadequate for increasing economic activities. Limited urban space and inadequate urban infrastructure has slowed economic development and delayed the urbanization process, resulting in Huanggang becoming sidelined from mainstream developments in the province. To address this constraint, the approved Huanggang Municipal Urban Master Plan, 20122030 provides for eastward urban expansion by developing the New Eastern District (NED) with adequate urban space, infrastructure, and services; and an environment-friendly and socioeconomically inclusive setting to support sustainable urban development and rural urban transition.

Baitan and Chiye lakes and seven associated rivers are in the center of NED, where HMG's pollution control interventions have not yet reached. Nutrient-laden sediments from agricultural and fish farming have reached levels that affect the lakes' water quality and hydraulic retention capacity. The seven rivers are blocked due to sediments from erosion of unlined banks reducing their drainage capacity. The increased urban development will create more impervious surfaces, resulting in an increase in surface water runoff. HMG is currently improving point source pollution control in NED. The project will complement these interventions, focusing primarily on nonpoint source pollution control. It will adopt an integrated approach to water quality and retention capacity enhancements of the lakes and associated rivers by removing contaminated sediments, constructing wetlands, stabilizing lakes and rivers embankments, and improving hydraulic recirculation. As a result, water quality of Baitan and Chiye lakes will improve from class V to class IV, flood protection will increase, and the lakeside aesthetic and amenity value and health benefit will significantly rise.

As part of the project's capacity development component, a water quality monitoring and forecasting system for the upstream Xingfu River catchment and Baitan and Chiye lakes will be developed and used by the Huanggang environment protection authorities for systematic and continuing water quality management. The system, which will be based on the hydraulic and water quality model developed during project preparation, has great replication potential. It can be disseminated as a good practice in sustainable pollution control and ecological preservation applicable to polluted and blocked urban lakes in small and medium-sized cities along the Yangtze River, and elsewhere in the PRC

Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy The project is not a stand-alone investment but plays an integral part of the Huanggang Municipal Urban Master Plan by significantly improving water quality in Baitan and Chiye lakes. The capacity building and institutional strengthening component will add value to the implementation of the master plan. Project design incorporates lessons from Yiai Lake rehabilitation, a recent locally funded initiative, and other Asian Development Bank (ADB)-supported lake and river restoration projects in the PRC. The project design incorporates best international practices: (i) the need to take an integrated approach to water system rehabilitation, and (ii) the importance of using simulation techniques to predict likely outcomes. The project will complement past and ongoing projects that are contributing to reducing pollution in the Yangtze River. Since the drinking water intakes of several cities are downstream from the Yangtze River, the project also contributes to the protection of the vital drinking water source. The project supports environmentally sustainable and inclusive economic growth that is a priority of ADB's Strategy 2020. The project aligns with ADB's country partnership strategy, 2011 2015 for the PRC; ADB Urban Operational Plan, 2012 2020; the Green Cities initiative; and ADB Water Operational Plan, 2011 2020, which encourages integrated water resources management particularly in river basins. It will support economically and socially inclusive urbanization and rural urban transition in Huanggang and contribute to balanced regional development in the PRC and in Hubei Province, thereby supporting the PRC's Twelfth Five-Year Plan, 2011 2015. The project builds on ADB's experience from urban projects in Hubei Province and in the PRC.
Impact Socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable urbanization in Huanggang
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Improved urban environment in Huanggang
Progress Toward Outcome Project implementation is ongoing with strong support and commitment by the EA and PMO. Contracts were awarded for 9 consulting services and 10 civil works packages. Ten ADB missions were undertaken, i.e., inception mission (Nov 2015), 3 review missions (Aug 2016, May 2017, and July 2018); midterm review mission (Mar 2018), special review mission (Sep 2018 and Dec 2019), review missions in Jul 2019, a virtual review mission in May 2020, and another virtual review mission with field visit in Nov 2020. A minor change in project scope was approved in Aug 2018 to revise the procurement plan and disbursement percentage for Category 1 from 63.66% to 95%, and update the baseline projections. To utilize the loan savings, the PMO proposed 6 sub-components, for which all necessary due diligence are currently being conducted. The project was extended for another 3 years until 30 June 2023 and a minor change in scope was approved in September 2021.
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

1a. Lake enhancement with environment facilities operating

1b. Rivers enhanced with environment facilities operating

2. Solid waste collection and transfer facilities operating and public awareness of solid waste and environmental protection increased

3. Institutional capacity in project implementation and water quality monitor is developed and strengthened

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues) In progress.
Geographical Location
Safeguard Categories
Environment A
Involuntary Resettlement A
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects The project is environment category A, reflecting the urban lake and river enhancement with significant earthwork and sediment dredging. An environmental impact assessment, including an environmental management plan (EMP), was drafted and disclosed on the ADB website on 20 January 2014. The project will generate environmental benefits: (i) about 1,920 tons of total nitrogen and 486 tons of total phosphorus will be removed from the project lakes through dredging; (ii) the constructed wetlands will remove 171 tons of chemical oxygen demand, 49 tons of total nitrogen, and 1.1 tons of total phosphorus each year from the project lakes and subsequently the Yangtze River; and (iii) the wetlands will provide breeding, feeding, nesting, and resting habitats for wildlife including migratory water birds. The environmental impact assessment confirms that the climate change risk to project activities is low. Precipitation in the project area is unlikely to change and average runoff will slightly decrease. The project's resilience to predicted increases in climate variability (precipitation and runoff) will be strengthened through improved hydraulic retention and carrying capacity of urban lakes and rivers. This was confirmed through hydraulic modeling of the Baitan Lake water level under a climate change scenario with increased precipitation intensity. Project construction has potential impacts on the environment. Dust and noise generated by construction activities will be a nuisance to nearby residents. Discharge of supernatant water from the dredged sediment disposal sites could potentially pollute nearby water bodies. Dredging will stir up the sediment, releasing suspended solids and nutrients into the water column affecting water quality and ecology. No significant impact is expected during operation. HMG is increasing existing wastewater and solid waste collection and treatment capacity within NED to accommodate future needs and ensure adequate point source pollution control. The impact of the sluice gates on fish migration will not be significant. The solid waste transfer station and the project associated water diversion pumping stations may induce minor noise and odor impacts. All impacts are expected to be prevented or minimized to an acceptable level through effective implementation of the EMP. HPMO and HUCIC will assume overall responsibility for implementing, supervising, monitoring, and reporting on the EMP and will appoint full-time staff to coordinate and monitor EMP implementation. Environment and wetland experts and an ornithologist will support the work. HPMO engaged an external environment monitor. Affected persons and stakeholders were consulted during the environmental impact assessment. The EMP includes a grievance redress mechanism, which was discussed and agreed upon with HPMO and HUCIC.
Involuntary Resettlement The project is resettlement category A. It will affect eight villages or communities in the project area. A total of 9,477.7 mu of land will be occupied permanently, including 798.6 mu of collective land and 8,679.1 mu of state-owned land. A total of 77.5 mu of land will be occupied temporarily and a total of 4,736.5 square meters (m2) of residential housing and 11,038 m2 of nonresidential building will be demolished. Land acquisition will affect 318 households, entities, and/or stores with 1,140 persons physically displaced, and 42 households with 184 persons temporarily affected, totaling 360 households with 1,324 persons affected.A resettlement plan and a due diligence report were prepared in line with ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement (2009) and endorsed by HMG. The plan was disclosed to the affected persons and uploaded on the ADB website on 17 March 2014. Compensation for lost assets and resettlement allowances will be paid to those affected. Livelihood rehabilitation arrangements in accordance with the resettlement plan should be made prior to the commencement of the related civil works. HPMO and HUCIC will assume responsibility for planning, implementing, financing, and reporting on land acquisition and resettlement. A grievance redress mechanism was established. An external resettlement and social monitor was engaged to conduct semiannual monitoring and evaluation of resettlement implementation.
Indigenous Peoples The project is indigenous peoples category C. In Huangzhou District, ethnic minorities represent about 0.25% of the total registered population. The main ethnic minorities in the district are Hui, Miao, Tujia, and Zhuang who are integrated into urban communities. The project area does not have any concentration of ethnic minorities and the project will not have any negative effect on any ethnic minority people. No ethnic minorities are affected by land acquisition and resettlement.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design Meaningful public consultations on environment, health and safety issues have been conducted during preparation of the planning and project environmental impact reports and environmental impact assessment (EIA). Information disclosure and consultation included: internet disclosure; informal communication with key stakeholders which include residents, local authorities and sector specific institutions and authorities; questionnaire surveys; interviews; and discussion forums attended by affected people and other concerned stakeholders. Plans for public involvement during construction and operation stages have been developed during project preparation. These plans include public participation in (i) monitoring impacts and mitigation measures during the construction and operation stages through informal interviews and disclosure of monitoring reports; and (ii) interviewing the public at project completion stage. All of the affected persons and municipal governments have been involved in the project impact and social-economic survey. Through meetings, interviews, focus group discussions, public consultation workshops, and community consultation meetings, local representatives have participated in the planning and concerns have been integrated into the resettlement plan. Before implementation, HPMO and HUCIC will further discuss and consult with the representatives of the affected persons the impacts and detailed compensation plan to ensure affected persons' interests are protected and to provide employment opportunities for the affected persons' livelihoods as a result of project implementation. HPMO and HUCIC will disclose the draft resettlement plan in offices and to affected people in the local language. The resettlement plan will be posted on the ADB website. Resettlement information booklets will be distributed to affected households. This booklet contains information such as the affected project area, proposed land acquisition and relocation implementation progress and procedure, compensation standards for land acquisition, relocation assistance and livelihood restoration strategy. The implementing agency will establish project resettlement unit for supervision of implementation, continued public consultation, monitoring of progress, and response to grievances. The grievance redress mechanism has been established and explanations will be included in the resettlement information booklets.Consultations with communities will take place at different points in the preparation and implementation of the GAP and SAP within the project, and will be designed not only to inform people about the project or specific activities related to its preparation and implementation, but also to enable people in the community to ask questions, make suggestions, state preferences, and express concerns. Special attention will be made for the participation of women and any other vulnerable groups, such as the poor. GAP and SAP indicators will be monitored and reported semiannually and verified by external resettlement and social monitor
During Project Implementation

Public involvement during construction stage include public participation in (i) monitoring impacts and mitigation measures through informal interviews and disclosure of monitoring reports; and (ii) interviewing the public at project completion stage. The implementing agency will establish project resettlement unit for supervision of implementation, continued public consultation, monitoring of progress, and response to grievances.

The minor changes in the project were approved in September 2021.

Business Opportunities
Consulting Services The PMO and HUCIC have been/will be assisted by project implementation consultants for project management and institutional capacity building. Consulting services have been/will be engaged in accordance with ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (2010, as amended from time to time).
Procurement All procurement of goods and works have been/will be undertaken in accordance with ADB's Procurement Guidelines (2010, as amended from time to time).
Responsible ADB Officer Wang, Lan
Responsible ADB Department East Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division PRC Resident Mission
Executing Agencies
Huanggang Municipal Government
[email protected]
8 Qiyi Road
Hubei Province 438000
People's Republic of China
Timetable
Concept Clearance 04 Sep 2012
Fact Finding 09 Dec 2013 to 19 Dec 2013
MRM 02 Apr 2014
Approval 30 Sep 2014
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 29 Sep 2021

Loan 3168-PRC

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
30 Sep 2014 06 Feb 2015 06 May 2015 30 Jun 2020 30 Jun 2023 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 252.60 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 100.00 17 Jun 2022 96.90 0.00 97%
Counterpart 152.60 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 17 Jun 2022 69.12 0.00 69%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory

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Title Document Type Document Date
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Procurement Plan Procurement Plans Jun 2022
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2020) Audited Project Financial Statements Jul 2021
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2019) Audited Project Financial Statements Sep 2020
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2018) Audited Project Financial Statements Jun 2019
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Sep 2018
Hubei Huanggang UrbanEnvironment Improvement Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2017) Audited Project Financial Statements Jun 2018
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2016) Audited Project Financial Statements Jun 2017
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (January-December 2015) Audited Project Financial Statements Jul 2016
Project Agreement for Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project Project/Program Agreements Feb 2015
Loan Agreement for Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Feb 2015
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Gender Action Plan Gender Action Plans Sep 2014
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Report and Recommendation of the President Reports and Recommendations of the President Sep 2014
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Aug 2014
湖北黄冈城市环境综合改善项目: 项目数据表 Translated PDS Jan 2013
Hubei Huanggang Integrated Urban Environment Improvement Project Initial Poverty and Social Analysis Aug 2012

Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards
Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.

Title Document Type Document Date
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement Monitoring Report No. 11 Social Monitoring Reports Mar 2022
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2021) Environmental Monitoring Reports Mar 2022
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2020) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jul 2021
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 9 Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2021
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement Monitoring Report No. 10 Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2021
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: New Project Components Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans May 2021
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: New Project Components Land Use Right Transfer Plan Resettlement Plans May 2021
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Impact Assessment (Third Addendum) Environmental Impact Assessments Feb 2021
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 8 Social Monitoring Reports Sep 2020
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2020) Environmental Monitoring Reports Aug 2020
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 7 Social Monitoring Reports Jan 2020
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2019) Environmental Monitoring Reports Dec 2019
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 6 Social Monitoring Reports Jul 2019
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2019) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jun 2019
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 5 Social Monitoring Reports Jan 2019
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 4 Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2018
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Dec 2018
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Impact Assessment (Second Addendum) Environmental Impact Assessments Sep 2018
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jun 2018
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 3 Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2017
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2017) Environmental Monitoring Reports Dec 2017
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 2 Social Monitoring Reports Jul 2017
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2017) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jul 2017
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Impact Assessment (Addendum) Environmental Impact Assessments Jun 2017
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2016) Environmental Monitoring Reports Feb 2017
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 1 Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2016
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project: Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans May 2016
Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project Resettlement Plans Feb 2014
Hubei Huanggang Integrated Urban Environment Improvement Project Environmental Impact Assessments Jan 2014

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
Recruitment of Construction Supervision Company Firm - Consulting Closed 04 Feb 2021 05 Mar 2021
External Resettlement, Social and Gender Monitor Individual - Consulting Closed 02 Jan 2021 08 Jan 2021
External Environmental Monitor Individual - Consulting Closed 02 Jan 2021 08 Jan 2021
Water quality model and Xingfu catchment water pollution management plan Firm - Consulting Closed 03 Apr 2020 02 May 2020
Public Awareness Campaigns and Education for Solid Waste Management and Environmental Protection Firm - Consulting Closed 03 Apr 2020 02 May 2020
Water Quality Modeling Specialist (National) Individual - Consulting Closed 17 Nov 2018 23 Nov 2018
3168-PRC: Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project [HGH-C1.7] Invitation for Bids Closed 28 Aug 2018 12 Oct 2018
PRC: Hubei Huanggang Urban Environment Improvement Project Advance Notice Archived 06 Aug 2014

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor | Address Executing Agency Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
HGH-C1.4a-Construction of Lanhu Bridge Loan 3168 23 Mar 2022 Xinxin Construction Group Co., Ltd. | 26th floor, Zhongyang building, No. 926, Fenghuang middle Avenue, Honggutan District, Nanchang City, Jiangxi Province Huanggang Municipal Government 2,828,251.74 2,692,553.41
Micro-purification System Loan 3168 27 Sep 2021 JV of Hunan Shuimu Water Conservancy and Hydropower Engineering Co. Ltd. and Beijing Origin Water Membrane Technology Co. Ltd. | Room 1903 Floor 19 Building NO. NH1 Rongke Southeast Sea Community No. 469 Xiangzhang Road Yuhua District Changsha Hunan in China Huanggang Municipal Government 1,535,186.54 1,535,186.54
Construction Supervision Company Loan 3168 27 Sep 2021 HUBEI HUAZHENG ENGINEERING CONSULTING SERVICE CO. LTD. | No. 46 Changhongbei Road Xiangyang City Hubei Province. Huanggang Municipal Government 282,206.84 282,206.84
Construction of Sugong and the east extension of Qingshui Rivers Connections of Dongchang and Dongtai Rivers and upgrading seven rivers Loan 3168 15 Sep 2021 Joint Venture of Hunan Baige Water Conservancy Construction Co. Ltd. and Zhongliu Construction Group Co. Ltd. | Enterprise Room 2811 Fanghong Building Provincial Water Resources Department No.370 Shaoshan North Road Yuhua District City: Changsha Huanggang Municipal Government 13,204,324.92 12,582,506.82
Nanhu inlet channel Wuqi channel work and three sluice gates and channel enforcement of 7 rivers Loan 3168 14 Sep 2021 Jiangsu Huaiyin Water Conservancy Engineering Co. Ltd. | Enterprise No. 9 Shenzhen Road Huai'an Economic and Technological Development Zone Huanggang Municipal Government 7,449,676.16 7,098,855.99
Electrical Installation Loan 3168 30 Jul 2021 Hunan Dujiang Engineering and Technical Co. Ltd & Jiangxi Lianchuang Boya Lighting Co. Ltd. | 8th Floor Yanfa Building Jingdong Road No. 699 Nanchang High-Tech Industrial District Nanchang Jiangxi Huanggang Municipal Government 2,532,169.39 2,532,169.39
HTA 3.4: WATER QUALITY MODEL AND XINGFU CATCHMENT WATER POLUUTION MANAGEMENT PLAN QCBS Loan 3168 29 Mar 2021 CHANGJIANG RIVER SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUT | PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 296,931.92 296,255.37
HTA 2.1 PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS AND EDUCATION FOR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT Loan 3168 09 Nov 2020 WUHAN ZONDY GREEN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION | PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 106,935.78 106,935.78
HGH-C1.7-SURFACE FLOW CONTRUCTED WETLANDS JV: KESHENG ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY & SHANDONG ACADEMY OF ENV ENG & JIANGSU JIANGDA TECH Loan 3168 27 Aug 2019 JV KESHENG & SHANDONG & JIANGSU JIANGDA | NO. 50 LICHAN ROAD, JIXIA DISTRICT JINAN CITY, SHANDONG PROVINCE CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 16,377,466.37 15,510,263.67
HGH-C1.6- BAITAN LAKE VEGETATED BUFFER SOUTH AND EAST AREA- JV OF SHENSHEN GAOSHANSHUI ECOLOGICAL GARDEN CO., LTD. AND SHENZHEN LINJIAN GARDEN ENG. Loan 3168 12 Aug 2019 JV:SHENZHEN GAOSHANSHUI & SHENZHEN LINJIAN | 505-510, BLDG. 2 HUAJIAN INDUSTRIAL MANSION, NO. 6 XINGHUA ROAD SHENGZHEN CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 7,054,546.60 6,681,001.53
HGH-C1.8-AQUATIC PLANTING IN BAITAN AND CHIYE LAKES Loan 3168 27 Jun 2019 JV: ZHEJIANG PROVINCE ENV ENG AND BEIJING | 6/7F, TINAKE BLDG. NO. 9 HUANGGUSHAN RD XIHU DISTRICT HANGZHOU CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 7,765,215.21 7,363,142.54
HGQ-C1.11-VEGETATED BUFFER STRIPS AND AQUATIC PLANTING-JINSHUI, LINGLONG, QINGSHUI, CHANGLANG, DONGTAI, AND DONGCHANG RIVER Loan 3168 27 Jun 2019 HENAN DEGUAN LANDSCAPE ENGINEERING CO., LTD. | ENTERPRISE ACCELARATOR INDUSTRIAL ZONE D6-8, HIGH-TECH DISTRICT ZHENGZHOU CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 5,061,890.39 4,799,792.33
HGH-C1.5 BAITAN LAKE VEGETATED BUFFER STRIPS-NORTH AREA Loan 3168 27 Jun 2019 HENAN DEGUAN GARDENING AND GREENING ENG. | ENTERPRISE ACCELARATOR INDUSTRAIL ZONE D 6-8, HIGH TECH DISTRICT, ZHENGZHOU CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 3,489,606.45 3,308,919.20
HGH-C1.4: BAITAN LAKE EMBANKMENT AND STRENGTHENING Loan 3168 10 Aug 2018 HUBEI YITONG CONSTRUCTION GROUP CO. LTD. | PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 10,285,538.00 9,714,105.00
HGH-C1.2: BAITAN LAKE DREDGING Loan 3168 17 Dec 2017 HUNAN BESTALL DREDGING CORPORATION LTD. | PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 2,950,745.00 1,898,874.00
HGQ-C1.12: CIVIL WORKS AND VEGETATED BUFFER STRIPS - CHUSHUI RIVER Loan 3168 02 Oct 2017 JIANGXI CHENG-YUAN CONSTRUCTION ENGG CO LTD | PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 2,301,509.00 1,465,384.00
HGQ-C1.10: CIVIL WORKS FOR QINGSHUI, CHANGLANG, DONGTAI, AND DONGCHANG RIVERS Loan 3168 14 Sep 2017 JIANGSU HUAIYIN WATER CONSERVANCY CONSTRUCTIO | PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Huanggang Municipal Government 4,761,766.00 3,008,676.00
HGQ-C1.9: Civil Works of Linglong and Jinshui Rivers Loan 3168 29 May 2017 Hunan Bestall Dredging Corporation Ltd. | China, People's Rep. of Huanggang Municipal Government 4,132,111.00 2,664,559.00

Procurement Plan