Manisa Industrial Park cooperates with regional companies to renew drinking and irrigation water infrastructures.
Manisa Industrial Park, which is among the largest industrial parks of Turkey, has started the renovation of the irrigation water infrastructure facilities of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd sections together with the 1st Section built in 1968 and the 2nd Section drinking water lines built in 1989. gave.
ECETAŞ CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND TRADE INC. and DOĞUŞ VALVE AND CASTING INDUSTRY TRADE INC. Within the scope of infrastructure works, 13 km of drinking water line for the 1st and 2nd sections and 17.5 km of irrigation water line for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd sections will be laid in Manisa IP.
Sait Türek, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Manisa IP, Ercüment Ece, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ecetaş, and Bülent Hacıarifoğlu, Chairman of the Board of Doğuş Valve, attended the signing ceremony held in Manisa IP to sign contracts with Ecetaş and Doğuş Valve.
Stating that they will renew the 50-year-old drinking water network, which is maintained and repaired regionally at intervals, Manisa IP Chairman of the Board Sait Türek said, “1. We have decided to renew our and Part 2 drinking water networks instead of repairing them. In addition, in line with our strategy to manage our resources effectively and efficiently, we started to work on using the wastewater from our wastewater treatment plant as irrigation water. With this work, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Chapters will also meet the infrastructure that is currently in the 4th and 5th Chapters. After these are completed, the discharge water from the treatment will be used as irrigation water in the entire region. Türek added that they also cooperated with Ecetaş for the renewal of the intra-regional transportation roads, which will be deteriorated due to the constructions, and added, “During the infrastructure renovation works, the intra-regional traffic will be given in a controlled manner. All measures are taken to ensure that our industrialists and employees are least affected by the construction works.” said.