Haya Water, a major government-owned water reuse company in Oman, is set to start work on its sewage treatment plant (STP) in the Liwa region by the end of this year, said a report.
The company is presently evaluating the bids for
Japanese heavy equipment manufacturer Kubota Corporation said it has secured a contract to supply one of the world’s biggest membrane bioreactors (MBR) for installation at the Al Ansab Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) project in Oman.
Oman’s Haya Water plans to invest about RO1.25 billion ($3.23 billion) in the next few years on building future sewage projects in the sultanate’s capital Muscat, a report said.
The company is eyeing building sewage pi
Oman’s proposed new sewage treatment plant (STP) project, estimated to cost about $100 million, has attracted tenders from three global firms, a report said, adding that the bids are currently under evaluation.
The plant in
The Wave, Muscat has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Oman waste water services company, Haya Water, for managing green waste generated by the integrated tourism complex's (ITC) burgeoning community, a report said.
Haya Water, which operates water reuse projects in Muscat, is aiming to connect 20 per cent of the population by the end of 2011, with plans to connect up to 60 per cent by the end of 2012.
It also plans to connect up to 80 per cent i
Haya Water will provide millions of gallons of treated water to help with irrigation of the Ghala Golf Club facility, as the company continues to add to its customer base for its water reuse product across the Muscat area.
Haya Water created 100 new jobs for Omani nationals as the company responded to the royal decree from HRH Qaboos Bin Said Al Said for the creation of 50,000 new jobs for Omanis across the nation.
The company will provide talented and enthu
The world class water reuse system employed by Haya Water in Oman uses the Membrane Bio Reactor (MBR) technology which ensures that the water available to be re-used is of the highest quality.
The plant is considered to be the largest subm
Oman’s Haya Water has reached the milestone of installing 1,000 km of pipes in the Seeb area of Muscat as part of its state-of-the-art water reuse project.
The project, that will ultimately connect over 30,000 homes, offices and commercial