The Japan-Vietnam Environment Company (JVE) has proposed to upgrade the To Lich River in Hanoi into a park with investment from Japan.
|The model of renovated To Lich River.|
According to JVE, they need a comprehensive plan to revive the To Lich River and deal with various problems like treating wastewater, providing clean water, dealing with the mud on the riverbed, mitigating water during storms and developing tourism.
To Lich River renovation is a plan to celebrate the Hanoi Party Committee’s 17th congress and 1010th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi with the aim to actively implement new technologies and treat water pollution.
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