2 HCMC hospitals get green light for private waste treatment systems

Huong Vuong Hospital has Viet Nhat constructed its wastewater treatment system

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee and Department of Natural Resources and Environment have approved requests by Children Hospital I and Hung Vuong Hospital to invite a private investor to build waste-treatment facilities.

Viet Nhat Company will build them at the two hospitals at a total cost of VND20 billion. The facilities will use infrared technology for processing the waste instead of chemicals.

The hospitals will pay the company VND4,000 to treat one cubic meter of wastewater.

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By Ai Van - translated by Uyen Phuong

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