New Siem Reap water plant in operation

Siem Reap province features the Angkor Wat World Heritage site – one of the world’s greatest tourist attractions – and to fully seize the opportunities available in tourism development, a stable water supply is crucial. ... ...

Phnom Penh Post Staff

Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority to meet clean water demand

The Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority, under the Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation, is expanding the capacity of water supplies and building new water treatment plants to meet the increasing demand for pipe water as urbanisation development and business activities rise. ... ...

Chea Vanyuth

Ground breaks on Battambang water plant

Ground has been broken on a new water treatment plant in Battambang province which will serve the provincial capital. The plant, in Kampong Wat Kor commune’s Seima village of the town, is co-financed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Agence Francaise de Developpement- AFD ...

Yuth Vireak

Capital requests new water treatment plant on outskirts

Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng requested that Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA) director-general Long Naro build a new water treatment plant in the Prek Thnaot River area to the west of the capital in order to distribute clean water to people in three ...

Nov Sivutha

Water supply capacity to be extended to meet growing demand

Demand for clean water in Phnom Penh capital is on the rise due to the growing population and constructions in the city. To respond to the current demand, Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority (PPWSA) has planned to attract investments and seek financial support for expansion ...

Chea Vannak/AKP

JICA concludes study on Takhmao city water plant

The feasibility study for a Japan-funded water treatment plant in Takhmao city was recently finished, with construction due to begin April next year, the agency in charge of the project revealed. The plant, to be built with a grant from the Japanese government, will produce ...

About $200 million needed to solve wastewater woes

The government plans to spend approximately $200 million on increasing the capacity of water treatment plants and organising sewage systems in Preah Sihanouk province to prevent wastewater from flowing into the sea and protect the environment. Finance Minister Aun Pornmoniroth and Transport Minister Sun Chanthol ...

Pech Sotheary

Kampot water plant online soon

After three years, a Japanese-funded water treatment facility in Kampot province is set to begin operations after being expanded through a grant worth $26 million. The grant for the expansion was given by the Japanese government through the Japan International Cooperation Agency to expand the ...

Khmer Times

Government to improve water treatment facility

The Office of the Council of Ministers (OCM) has approved plans to improve and add capacity to water treatment facilities in coastal and construction areas, sewage systems and mud drying facilities in Sihanoukville after they were inspected and assessed by government institutions. ... ...

Soth Koemsoeun

City Hall asks Japan for water treatment plant

City hall is requesting the Japanese government for help in constructing an additional water treatment facility in Phnom Penh, an official said yesterday. Deputy Governor Nuon Pharoth said during a press conference yesterday that he led a delegation to Japan last week to discuss the ...

Mom Kunthear

Officials inspect water services

Officials on Friday inspected clogged water treatment facilities in Preah Sihanouk province following complaints that Sihanoukville’s growing rubbish problem is affecting water services. ... ...

Pech Sotheary

Water plant gets efficiency boost

Japan-based company Metawater will provide its power-saving inverter technology to a water treatment plant in Cambodia's capital through an arrangement that will help the Japanese government earn carbon reduction credits, according to a Nikkei Asian Review report. ... ...

Sum Manet

Japan provides 36 mln USD grant aid to Cambodia for clean water, education

The government of Japan on Wednesday signed to provide a grant aid of 36 million U.S. dollars to Cambodia for a clean water project and a human resource development project. ... According to a press statement, the amount of 33.4 million U.S. dollars goes for the ...

Xinhuanet Staff

Few S'pore-owned businesses in Cambodia: business owners

PHNOM PENH: There are about a hundred Singapore-owned businesses in Cambodia, mainly located in the capital, Phnom Penh. Many, who set up shop there, feel the numbers have stayed low because there is a perception that the country is not safe. ... In 2011, Singapore invested close ...

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