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Septech wins GCC quality awards

Dubai, March 28, 2011

Septech, a leading Dubai-based water management company, was named the winner in both Power & Water Project of the Year and Water Reuse Project of the Year at a recent quality awards event in Bahrain.

At Meed’s Quality Awards for Projects 2011, held at the Ritz Carlton, Septech won the award for its Al Ghubrah 5 MGID mobile water treatment plant in Oman, which is the largest single deployment of a mobile desalinisation plant in the world, a statement said.

“We are proud to have won the Meed Quality Awards for Projects,” said David Heffernan, CEO at Septech. “Building the largest single deployable mobile water treatment plant was truly one of the greatest challenges we have faced.”

“This award honours and recognises those who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to quality, design, technical innovation, environmental quality and public health. We believe that an effective quality programme is one that gets integrated with business operations and the culture of the organisation and we will continue to offer our clients the best in class service they have come to expect.”

Septech Muscat, a fully owned subsidiary of Septech, was contracted by the Oman Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW) following a feasibility study in which Septech’s mobile water technology (MWT) was chosen to implement the project that will give the local population access to uninterrupted drinking water.

In addition, Septech ensured that a framework for knowledge transfer and development of knowledge works was made available to PAEW, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service




Tags: Bahrain | project | Septech | reuse | Quality award | Desalinisation |

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