CCCC restores Wuliangsu Lake through comprehensive treatment
Located in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Wuliangsu Lake, covering an area of about 300 sq km, is one of the eight largest freshwater lakes of China. It plays a crucial role in water volume regulation, frost and flood prevention and water quality purification of the Yellow River. However, it was polluted by domestic sewage, industrial wastewater, floods flowing from the mountains and other factors. It was suffering from swamping, a shrinking lake area and a destroyed purification system. Over the past two years, CCCC builders have restored the lake area through comprehensive treatment of the water and geological environment. Nowadays, flocks of birds are flying over, and the water is clear enough to see the bottom. The Wuliangsu Lake has already come back to life.