Drinking water access to be improved in Myanmar
SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT's engineering subsidiary SAFEGE has been selected to support the Green City project for Myanmar's second largest city, Mandalay...
SUEZ EVIRONNEMENT's engineering subsidiary SAFEGE has been selected to support the Green City project for Myanmar's second largest city, Mandalay.
SAFEGE will be providing technical assistance to the Mandalay City Development Committee (MCDC), the authority tasked with managing urban services in the city of 1,250,000 people.
The contract will be financed by a FASEP (Fonds d’études et d’Aide au Secteur Privé), the French Ministry of Economy and Finance instrument for funding and supporting developing-country infrastructure projects.
Faced with rapid population growth and a fast-growing tourist sector, the city of Mandalay is pursuing a policy of resource-efficient development embodied by its "Green City Development Plan".
SAFEGE will be conducting feasibility to make recommendations to improve access to clean water.
The contract ties in with the VIVAPOLIS initiative, whose aim is to draw on the know-how of French companies to support Mandalay and other cities worldwide in building a new, more resource-efficient model of development.
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