Domestic wastewater treatment in Hanoi is always a difficult problem due to the growing population and pollution problems Domestic wastewater is becoming an increasingly worrying concern not only in Hanoi but also in other large cities.
According to Hanoi Department of Population and Family Planning, on average the capital’s population increases by about 200,000 people each year. As of 2018, Hanoi’s population reached nearly 8 million people, second only to Ho Chi Minh City.
For large cities, the water supply standard per capita is 165-200 l/person.day for domestic purposes in the period 2010-2020, equivalent to The amount of domestic wastewater per capita is nearly 165-200 l/person.day. With a population of nearly 8 million people, not including unregistered residents, the city’s wastewater discharge demand from domestic purposes is about 1320,000-1600,000 m3/day.
However, up to now, Vietnam has only 37 factories Centralized domestic wastewater treatment with total design capacity of 890,000 m3/day. In Hanoi city alone, there are about 13 wastewater treatment plants, of which the Yen So Wastewater Treatment Plant is the largest with a capacity of 200,000 m3/day.
Facing the increasing demand for waste disposal due to population growth, request domestic wastewater treatment in Hanoi is increasingly receiving attention not only from the government but also from Hanoi people themselves. Because untreated wastewater, discharged directly into ponds, lakes, rivers and streams, not only pollutes the surrounding living environment but is also a place where diseases appear.
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