Kemalpaşa Ulucak Wastewater Treatment Plant is put into service on 22 March World Water Day

Kemalpaşa Ulucak Wastewater Treatment Plant is put into service on 22 March World Water Day
Kemalpaşa Ulucak Wastewater Treatment Plant is put into service on 22 March World Water Day

İzmir Metropolitan Municipality İZSU General Directorate puts Kemalpaşa Ulucak Wastewater Treatment Plant into service on 22 March World Water Day. The opening ceremony of the facility, which is of great importance for the protection of Nif Stream and Gediz Delta, will be held with the participation of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer. President Soyer invited the people of Izmir to the meeting in Ulucak on Tuesday, March 22 at 11:00.

Leading the treatment plant projects with an environment-oriented approach, İZSU General Directorate puts another new facility into service on 22 March World Water Day, which will carry İzmir to the future. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer invited the people of Izmir to the meeting in Ulucak on Tuesday, March 22 at 11.00:XNUMX.

At the ceremony, attention will be drawn to the steps to be taken in order to leave the ecosystem to future generations in the healthiest way possible.

45 million pounds investment

İZSU General Directorate made an investment of 23 million lira for the treatment plant built on an area of ​​500 square meters in Ulucak, Kemalpaşa. The facility will treat 45 cubic meters of domestic wastewater per day with advanced biological methods.

It will serve 25 thousand people

Kemalpaşa Ulucak Wastewater Treatment Plant will serve 25 thousand people. In Ulucak, Istiklal, Atatürk, Cumhuriyet, Kuyucak, Damlacık and Ansızca neighborhoods, 48 meters of new sewerage line and 700 meters of rain water line, which have been completed, will be connected to Ulucak Wastewater Treatment Plant.

It is of great importance for keeping the Nif Stream and Gediz Delta clean.

The advanced biological wastewater treatment plant, which will be put into service in Kemalpaşa, which hosts the largest organized industrial zone of İzmir, will prevent wastewater from reaching the nature without treatment. The facility, which was built to protect the environment and water resources, is also of great importance for the protection and cleanliness of the Gediz Delta, a unique habitat for aquatic life.

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