$35 Million USD for Water Treatment Plants in Egypt

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CAIRO, Egypt

- The Egyptian Ministry of Investment has earmarked $35 million USD new industrial wastewater stations in four state-run plants, ministry officials said.

The decision is an attempt to minimize the harmful effects of pollution caused by industrial wastewater poured into Ketshner Sewage Canal located in the governorates of Gharbiya and Kafr El-Sheikh.