Approaching inclusion on a global scale in Mandalay, Myanmar
To build a sustainable city with its stakeholders
With a population that is expected to double in the next quarter of a century, Myanmar’s second-largest city has launched a vast renovation and development programme, called Mandalay Green City.
The first goal of this massive plan is to improve the water, transport and waste management networks.
At the same time, significant efforts will be made by the city authorities to improve energy efficiency and environmental performance as part of the Mandalay Urban Services Improvement Project.
To develop and optimise the city’s infrastructures
Since 2014, SUEZ has been carrying out feasibility and optimisation studies. These studies analyse and design concrete projects to be implemented in different areas:
- Renovating and extending the drinking water networks, reducing network leakages, rehabilitating the drinking water treatment plants, protecting groundwater
- Managing urban wastewater and floods
- Optimizsing household waste collection, installing transfer platforms, creating storage facilities
- Creating a high-speed public transport link
Assistance with every aspect of the major project to restructure the public services in Mandalay and several other towns in the country
SUEZ is supporting the development of services in the city of Mandalay (water, transport, waste, energy), with a view to improving the urban environment and the public health of its inhabitants.
In this way, SUEZ is also helping to strengthen the institutional capabilities of the Mandalay City Development Committee and to raise the awareness of and train the local communities. After completing the preliminary studies, SUEZ is now helping the city of Mandalay to implement its plan to improve urban services through:
- The design and supervision of Mandalay’s urban waste water collection and treatment system (27 km of collectors, a 75,000 m3/day treatment plant, a 10 m3/s rainwater pumping station)
- The improvement of the water production and distribution system.
By demonstrating its ability to provide expertise in a range of fields and to focus on preliminary analyses, SUEZ has also convinced other cities in Myanmar, including the capital Yangon, where the company is providing technical assistance for the project to improve urban services, or the former capital, Amarapura, in the south of Mandalay, for its water supplies.