Government constructing sewerage treatment plant to improve on water quality

Government through the National Water and Sewerage Corporation is constructing the largest sewerage treatment plant in East and Central Africa.

According to a statement from Uganda Media Center dated 2nd September, 2019, the new plant will treat over 45 million liters of waste water daily and generate 621 KW of biogas electricity.

National Water pitting itself against the enormous task of improving water quality through water treatment plants like these.

The communication further says the plant will further divert and treat the dry flow from the heavily polluted Nakivubo Channel before releasing water into Lake Victoria.

Nakivubo Channel as it looks currently.

The ultra-modern sewerage treatment plant in Bugolobi uses nuisance free technology and bio filters and will not smell.

Ultra modern water treatment plant as it looks today

The new plant will serve the needs of over 850, 000 people in Kampala.

It will serve Naguru, Ntinda, Nakawa, Bugolobi, Kyambogo, Kinawataka, Banda, Kasokoso, Butabika and neighbouring areas.

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