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Iran signs water treatment deals with S Korea firm

TEHRAN, August 8, 2016

Iran has signed three agreements with South Korea's K-Water and Daelim companies on water supply and management and wastewater treatment solutions, a report said.

"The South Koreans have valuable experience in the field of environmental technology and water and wastewater management. Hence, these MoUs were signed with the aim of sharing experiences, facilitating investment in Iran and manpower training," Iran's Deputy Energy Minister Rahim Meydani was quoted as saying in the Iran Daily report, citing Irna.

South Korean Deputy Minister of Environment Lee Min-ho added: "Developing water and wastewater systems is one of Iran's priorities and we hope to help Iranian companies further develop these technologies.”




Tags: Iran | South Korea | Wastewater | Water treatment |

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