The Hungarian Pureco-Unit consortium has inaugurated wastewater treatment plants in the Ghanaian cities of Takoradi and Tamale, the state secretary in charge of Hungary Helps program told MTI on Wednesday, according to a report by state news wire MTI. Pureco-Unit earlier inaugurated another wastewater treatment plant in Kumasi, Tristan Azbej noted.
The plants, which cost about HUF 3.8 billion apiece, will serve the needs of close to 2 million people, he said. The projects were financed with around EUR 30 mln in credit from Magyar Eximbank, he added. Pureco-Unit designed and supplied the technology for the wastewater treatment plants as well as building them.
Pureco is an international company with several offices in Central Eastern Europe and with a presence in Asia and the Middle East through their projects. Pureco’s treatment units are equipped with the latest technological development: they operate via reverse osmosis technology and are installed after suitable pre-treatment steps. Making the technology available in a container means transportable, complex, easy-to-install solutions for purifying the dirtiest water of human consumption.
Source: Budapest Business Journal