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MSC speeded up implementation of wastewater projects
Later, the managing director of Isfahan Water and Wastewater Company said reusing water is a pillar of the policies of his company to compensate for a shortage of water in the region.
Hashem Amini went on to say that the very same industries which were once accused of consuming too much water are now leading the way in tapping into unconventional water resources and wastewater. “Thanks to the contribution of Mobarakeh Steel Company, the water treatment facility and the wastewater projects, which were on the demand list of residents, were completed in an unprecedentedly short period of time.”
He said one of the gravest challenges faced by the council charged with protecting the Zayandehrood River was the wastewater of nearby towns finding its way into the river. “Fortunately, with the inauguration of the wastewater network in a short period, wastewater will no longer flow into the river; rather it will be used for industrial purposes.”
He hailed the speedy implementation of the projects and said the wastewater projects of Zarinshahr, Chamgardan and Sadeh in which MSC has made investment will be completed. Between 1991 and 2013, the wastewater network developed by the company was only 67 km in length. “In the last three years, we've added 49 km to that figure.”
Amini praised the contribution of MSC to regional wastewater projects and said the private sector offered 27 billion tomans in finances in the provincial projects between 2009 and 2012. In the past three years, the amount of money invested has exceeded 627 billion tomans

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