Biological Treatment Station Saves Egypt's Al Manzla Lake

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CAIRO, Egypt

- A new biological treatment station has been built at Al Manzla Lake in northern Egypt to deal with sewage dumped into the lake.

The station was built in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program and the Global Environment Facility, at a cost of $4.9 million USD.

It is designed to treat 25,000 cubic meters of sewage water from Bahr Al-Baqar sewage canal.