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MP: Saba Steel Complex uses industrial wastewater

Saba Steel Complex is up and running by tapping into industrial wastewater, said Mohsen Kouhkan, who represents Lenjan in the Islamic Consultative Assembly, in the inauguration of a Saba Steel Complex expansion project.
He expressed satisfaction with growing production in Saba Steel Complex and said, “Thank God, the Islamic Republic of Iran is on course to development and progress and provision of better service to members of the public.”  
He then appreciated efforts by the managing director of Mobarakeh Steel Company (MSC) and all those who joined hands to make development and rising production of Mobarakeh Steel Group a reality. 
The MP hailed as a positive step the handover of Saba Steel Complex to MSC and said, “We supported the decision from the very beginning. We tried our best to help MSC finalize the acquisition. As a result of such support the launch of the complex’s production lines has been followed by the inauguration of its expansion project.”
Kouhkan further said that the steel industry owes its sustainability and dynamism to efforts to cut back on water consumption by 75 percent. “Recycled industrial wastewater accounts for as much as 70 percent of all water used in the production lines and the expansion project of Saba Steel Complex. This seems simple on the surface, but it is no secret that huge investments are needed to change wastewater into water to be used in the industry sector. We should bear in mind that today extractable water is almost nonexistent. So people should never wonder where the water used in the complex’s development project comes from. The answer is recycled wastewater.”  

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