BGI Ethiopia joins the road to remove Inboch from Tana Lake

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BGI Ethiopia joins the road to remove Inboch from Tana Lake by handing over 5.8 million birr worth of cutting machine. BGI’s cutting and removal machine is made by local experts to remove the weed invading Lake Tana in Amhara region.
On Monday April 19, 2021 BGI delivered the machine developed by Mulat Industrial Engineering to Amhara Regional Government in the presence of senior officials and invited guests.
Lake Tana, which is connected to the Grand Renaissance Dam, is a source of income for the farmers around it. Lake Tana is also one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, although it has been infested with weed since 2003. Through different effort 85 percent of the lake is currently free from the weed however as experts suggested unless efforts are continued to fully removed the weed it will come back.

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