The Nairobi metropolitan services has giving Dandora waste-water treatment plant a new look. The plant which has been in existence for over 20 years has been handling over 80,000 cubic metre of sewerage per day. This volume makes it the largest single treatment in East Africa and Africa as a continent. South Africa has the second largest in Africa which handles about 50000 cubic metres. The plant has seen structural upgrade of facilities and the perimeter wall which runs over 8 km.
The construction of the perimeter wall is on going and many youths in the area have been employed to do various activities. The presence of heavy machinery such tippers, bulldozers, heavy mixers as well as transits clearly demonstrates how general Badi is devoted.
Ruai town has already started seeing face-lift due to tarmacing of most roads leading to the area. Moreover, business is booming in the area as the population has started rising. Nairobi river, where the effluent is being discharged, has also seen a sudden shift due to efficiency in treatment of sewer.
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