Wastewater treatment plant

Wastewater treatment plant - Monaco’s Minister of State Serge Telle, accompanied by other government officials has visited the wastewater treatment plant (UTER), as it undergoes works in order to improve and increase its purifications capacities. The completion of the works is estimated for the month of September 2020, ahead of the initial schedule set at the end of the year. The site an important element of the Principality's sustainable development policy makes sure that wastewater in Monaco is treated in the most efficient way.

 

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