UAE-based Ajman Sewerage, a government venture in partnership with leading international water treatment experts Besix and Veolia, plans to invest Dh600 million ($163 million) for expansion of its modern infrastructure projects.
Ajman Sewerage, an active partner in promoting a greener, cleaner and well-developed UAE, highlighted the advantages of developing a smart sewerage infrastructure in line with its water treatment and recycling expertise at a key seminar in the e
Bahrain is likely to award tenders for two major sewerage network projects in the North Town area by the second quarter of 2015, said a senior official.
The Ministry of Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning has completed the de
The construction at a major sanitary project in East Riffa area of Bahrain is progressing well and work is now on to implement storm water drainage channels and connect them to the sewerage network.
Top priority is being given to
Bahrain’s Works Ministry has completed implementation of a BD710,000 ($1.8 million) sewerage network in Block 351, Swaifiya.
The project involved 5.55km of sewerage pipes, constructing one main pumping station and one inspec
The sewerage network project work in Tubli area of Bahrain, which involves the extension of sewerage pipes and and construction of two pumping stations, is progressing well and is due for completion in May.
The BD2.97 million ($7.
Work on a major housing project in Bahrain’s Northern Town will start next month. The first batch of 500 units will be built as part of the multi-phased scheme, which includes 3,000 homes.
HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Kh
A consortium led by Aqualia, the water division of Spanish construction giant FCC, said it has won a 76.3 million euros ($101 million) contract to manage the sewage and water treatment system in Abu Dhabi.
Aquila, the world's third-lar
Factories may be ordered to leave Bahrain's Tubli Bay in a new government green drive.
The government also plans to install more sewerage plants in Muharraq to ease pressure on Tubli's plant.
Cabinet ministers yesterday ordered a s