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In Brief: New water station to be launched

In Brief: New water station to be launched

The government and the French embassy will launch a new water supply station in Chroy Changvar district on Monday, a press release stated Friday. The station, which was financed by a 10-year loan from the French development agency AFD, draws water from the Tonle Sap, Mekong and Bassac rivers, and will supply water to over 70,000 families. According to the press release, the new station will increase supply capacity from the current 235,000 cubic metres to roughly 300,000 cubic metres a day.

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