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Abidjan: Sanitary and urban Equipment


COUNTRY: Ivory Coast

Category: Sanitary and urban Equipment

TIME: To be determined


The slaughterhouse of Port-Bouet achieved in 1957 is outdated and overused. He no longer meets current needs of the population. The need to build a new plant in a more conducive environment is needed.

Studies of different siting of new Abattoir Abidjan have chosen a field of 50 ha, located north of the town of Anyama, 25 km from Abidjan.

The reasons for choosing this site are as follows:

Possibility of adjusting the size of the field.
Easy realization of a rail connection from the new station Anyama.
Direct access to the new road Agboville along the ground to the west.
Relative remoteness from urban areas Anyama, which are thus sheltered from the prevailing winds.
Proximity to a medium-voltage line.
Possibility of creating an area of ​​200 ha of pasture.
Presence of a water supply.
The future slaughterhouse Abidjan is actually a complex Slaughterhouse - cattle market, which must meet in all respects with health standards.

Industrial facilities Slaughterhouse itself occupy about 10 ha of the 50 ha to be developed.


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