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Date: 10 December 2015 10:47
Tehran, Iran, Dec. 9
By Mehdi Sepahvand – Trend:
The French company Suez is going to help Iran with a number of water and wastewater management projects.
Iran’s Water and Wastewater Engineering Company and Suez signed a memorandum of understanding regarding the projects, IRNA news agency quoted Hamid Reza Janbaz, CEO of the Iranian company, as saying.
He added the French company will be helping Iran with refurbishing and maintaining the country’s major water and wastewater treatment facilities.
“Not only does Suez enjoy good reputation for technology and quality work, it can also help Iran with financing the projects thanks to its links with international monetary organizations,” the official said.
“Suez will start by carrying out a pilot project in capital Tehran, which is expected to reduce running water by 10 percent in five years,” Janbaz added.
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