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DBC filmed Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme (Date: 19 Aug 2016)
The hosts of the Digital Broadcasting Corporation Hong Kong Limited (DBC) radio programme “Morning Octopus” visited and filmed the Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme (HVUSSS) on 19 August 2016.

The Chief Engineer of Drainage Projects, Mr KAN Hon-shing, introduced the background, special design, innovative and environmental features of the project, and the close working relationship with different stakeholders.  The Senior Engineer, Ms Ellen CHENG Nga-see, guided a tour to Phase 1 of the underground stormwater storage tank and explained the design of the “Movable Crest Weir” system.
 
"Morning Octopus" also interviewed Mr. KAN Hon-shing on 26 August 2016, featuring the HVUSSS and Relocation of Sewage Treatment Works to Caverns projects.  Please click the link below to view the relevant interview: (Chinese only)
http://dbcawsweb2.dbpower.com.hk/radio1/programme-archive/Id/29203


The Chief Engineer of Drainage Projects, Mr. KAN Hon-shing (right), led the programme hosts of “Morning Octopus” to visit the underground stormwater storage tank.

The Chief Engineer of Drainage Projects, Mr. KAN Hon-shing (right), led the programme hosts of “Morning Octopus” to visit the underground stormwater storage tank.

A group photo of the Chief Engineer of Drainage Projects, Mr. KAN Hon-shing (third left), the Senior Engineer, Ms. Ellen CHENG Nga-see (fifth left), the Engineer, Mr. LEUNG Cheuk-lun (first left) and the programme hosts

A group photo of the Chief Engineer of Drainage Projects, Mr. KAN Hon-shing (third left), the Senior Engineer, Ms. Ellen CHENG Nga-see (fifth left), the Engineer, Mr. LEUNG Cheuk-lun (first left) and the programme hosts







 
 
 
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