Bahrain plans $660m sewage treatment plant
Manama, October 3, 2011
A consortium of three international companies will carry out the largest sewage treatment project in Bahrain at a cost of BD250 million ($663 million), said a senior government official.
Work on the Busaiteen project in Muharraq Governorate will start by the end of the year and will be completed in three years, Works Ministry Under-Secretary Khalifa Al
Mansoor is quoted as saying by our sister paper Akhbar Al Khaleej.
The project, part of Bahrain Economic Vision 2030, involves deep tunnels with 47 inspection rooms.
The tunnels will pass through four regions and meet at the main station in Hidd industrial city.
The companies will use hi-tech methods to ensure traffic is not disrupted and reduce impact on the environment, the Minister added. – TradeArabia News Service
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