Black & odorous (substandard) water improvement project in central cluster of Zhongshan is won by CCCC consortium

Source:Second Harbour EngineeringTime:2018-07-12

On July 11, a consortium established by Second Harbour Engineering in association with Southwest Municipal Engineering Design Research Institute of China and other enterprises won the bid for a black and odorous (substandard) water improvement project in the central cluster of Zhongshan, with a total investment of some RMB 950 million.


Located in the central urban area of Zhongshan, Guangdong Province, the project will improve 10 black and odorous (substandard) waters in Baishawan industrial open channel, Yangjiaoyong and other central urban areas. The project involves pollutant interception, regulation and storage, desilting, ecological remediation and other works.