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Kale Wastewater Treatment Plant almost complete

The construction of Kale Wastewater Treatment Plant with a capacity of 30 thousand people to be implemented by Denizli Metropolitan Municipality DESKİ in Kale district is almost complete. The facility will treat the wastewater of Kale to use it in irrigations and will play a key role in the prevention of environmental pollution.
27.09.2019
 Denizli Metropolitan Municipality, which signed exemplary projects with environmental investments, continue to build wastewater treatment plants in all districts in need. Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Water and Sewerage Administration (DESKİ) General Directorate approached the construction of the wastewater treatment plant, started some time ago and in Kale district. The facility will cover an area of 25,000 square meters and will have a capacity for 30 thousand people. In the first stage, the plant will provide a total of 2,425 cubic meters of water per day, and in the second stage will increase the average water of 3.172 cubic meters per day.
 
Irrigation water treated at high standards
 
Kale Wastewater Treatment Plant, built as a reinforced concrete biological wastewater treatment plant, will treat wastewater to meet irrigation water standards. The wastewater will be subjected to physical treatment, advanced biological treatment and disinfection processes and then discharged from this wastewater by removing nitrogen, phosphorus, organic carbon and harmful organisms. On the other hand, DESKİ Metropolitan Municipality started the construction of a 2,000-meter sewer collector line required to convey wastewater to the treatment plant.
 
''For a clean and healthy future''
 
Stating that Kale Central Wastewater Treatment Plant, built as advanced biological treatment, will play a very important role in preventing wastewater pollution of the region, Mayor of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality Osman Zolan said they continue to work to leave a cleaner and healthier environment for future generations. Stating that they continue to make efforts to leave a cleaner and healthier environment for future generations, Mayor Osman Zolan said, ''We continue to serve our nation with our power. Hopefully, tomorrow will be better than today. ''