A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean

Without sanitation workers, urban green and clean environment would not be achieved.

A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
Without sanitation workers, urban green and clean environment would not be achieved.  Mr. Cao Van Chinh, a worker of Mechanic Group No.8 - Mechanical Installation and Construction Enterprise- Hanoi Sewerage & Drainage Co.Ltd, is  among the employees who do this hard, silent but meaningful job. 
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
The 54-year-old worker has spent many years soaking in dirty sewage. They have to manually dredge ditches when machines have a breakdown. 
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
Daily work of the elderly worker and his team for a clean and beautiful Hanoi. 
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
Braving the scorching heat in the summer or cold winds in the winter, workers still do their jobs in the city sewer lines.
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
Workers from the Mechanic Group No.8 - Mechanical Construction and Installation enterprise carried out sludge suction at a manhole on the Van Phuc - Phan Ke Binh street, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi.
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
To do this, they had to open the drain cover to put the hose into the sewer line.
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
The workers at work. They do not mind poor sanitation and soaking in sewage. 
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
With the support force on the ground, Chinh is entering the manhole to check the hose system.
 
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
Chinh climbed the ladder down into the sewer pipe. According to the workers of the Mechanics Group No. 8, it is extremely hot and stuffy inside the sewer line. Despite having to work in a difficult environment, Mr. Chinh is always optimistic and strives best to complete his task.
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
Chinh takes a break after working for hours. 
A day of sanitation workers: Staying in sewer to keep Hanoi clean
Sanitation workers are responding to the emulation to welcome the XIX Party Congress of Hanoi Sewerage & Drainage Co.Ltd, term of 2020-25. The emulation movement is themed ''Trade Union join hands to promote company’s development, keeping work quality and improving employees’ living standards.”

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