A project to construct a wastewater treatment plant in Bahrain’s Northern Town has been given the go-ahead, said a report.
The ten-hectare sewage plant project was launched by Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, Deputy Pre
Views Water, the wholly owned subsidiary of Metito in Bahrain, has reached an agreement with Riffa Views to transfer the ownership of the its wastewater treatment plant to RV Real Estate Company.
The agreement, which comes after a
Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal) is planning to roll out massive wastewater treatment projects in a bid to increase the production of high-quality treated water from 183 million cu m to 366 million cu m over the next five years, sa
The Government of Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has commissioned Suez Environnement through its subsidiary Degrémont, in consortium with its Japanese partner Marubeni Corporation, to expand the Doha West wastewater treatm
LG Electronics (LG) has unveiled its first wastewater treatment solution, the green membrane bioreactor (G-MBR) process, just two months after the company announced plans to enter the water treatment business.
By employing LG’s slimmer fla
GE has signed a MoU with Miahona, a subsidiary of the Arabian Company for Water and Power Development (ACWA Holding) to support Saudi Arabia’s water reuse goals.
“Saudi Arabia has one of the fastest growing economies in the Middle East, an
A number of initiatives offering low cost technology and utilising the environment for wastewater treatment in Egypt will be highlighted at an upcoming water technologies event in Cairo.
IQPC's Wastewater Egypt event will be held from Octo
Sharjah-based Metito, pioneers in design and supply of water, wastewater treatment and desalination systems, has deployed a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP)solution from Infor, providers of business software for mid-market com
NBK Capital has committed $20 million in mezzanine financing to Metito Utilities, a leading water and wastewater treatment solution provider.
The deal, jointly structured by NBK Capital and IFC, a member of the World Bank group, marks a si
A new technology could revolutionise wastewater treatment in Bahrain and increase agricultural production by 300 per cent, according to an entrepreneur.
This could be achieved with the use of capacitive de-ionisation, said Bahrain-based wa