Eptisa will supervise the construction of Hassa Waste Water Treatment Plant in Turkey

This EU-funded project is under the "Syria Crisis Response and Resilience Programme" and its implementation will last 9 months

December 07, 2018

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has awarded to Eptisa a new contract in Turkey for the construction of a Waste Water Treatment Plant in Hassa, a district of Hatay Province, whose implementation will last 9 months.

This EU-funded project is under the "Syria Crisis Response and Resilience Programme", which its overall objective is to enhance self-reliance of Syrians living in Turkey and strengthen institutional capacities of local and national partners to be able to respond to the increase in demand for public services.

More specifically, this contract aims to build the infrastructural capacities of the Municipality as well as to strengthen the resilience of refugees and host members by constructing a wastewater treatment plant in Hassa, Hatay.

To achieve this, Eptisa will carry out planning, implementation and management of construction supervision of the Waste Water Treatment Plant, as well as provide technical assistance to UNDP and prepare all construction and post-construction activities.


 
 Eptisa will supervise the construction of Hassa Waste Water Treatment Plant in Turkey