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China - Shanghai Sewerage Project (English)

The Shanghai Sewerage Project is directed toward improving environmental conditions of Shanghai through building a sewerage facilities for the removal and disposal of wastewater, and to create and develop the institutions for providing sewerage services, managing water resources and protecting the environment. In addition, this project provides a model to demonstrate the policies and measures needed to resolve the rapidly growing issue of environmental pollution in China's larger cities. The project consists of the construction of a link and intercepting sewer system to collect and transport wastewater in the project area to the estuary of the Changjiang for disposal, the assistance to carry out four project related studies and a comprehensive training program. The four studies to be completed involve: management and organization; a sewerage tariff study; a river basin management study; and, an examination of the economic ways of rehabilitating the existing combined sewer system in Shanhai.


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    China - Shanghai Sewerage Project

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China - Shanghai Sewerage Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.