Extension of WWTP (Al-Ghaidr)
- Extension of WWTP (Al-Ghaidr) — 18 Apr 2011
- Ongoing feasibility study by MeHSIP-PPIF. The Al-Ghadir WWTP was put in operation in 1998 with a cost of approximately 7.5 M Euros. Scope of the project was to protect the shallow coastal zone of Al-Ghadir from sewage discharges, thus reducing health risk and protecting the marine flora and fauna. The expected impact of this project includes: (i) improve quality of coastal waters; (ii) improve quality of life for estimated 1 million people (25% of Lebanese population, projected 1.8 Million PE); and (iii) reduce pollution and environmental stress on the Mediterranean.
- Reports — 18 Apr 2011
- Photos — 18 Apr 2011
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This briefing is part of the EEA's report The European Environment - State and Outlook 2015. The EEA is an official agency of the EU, tasked with providing information on Europe's environment.
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