Saudi Arabia-based contractor Nesma Water & Energy, a Nesma Holding company, offering commercial construction in addition to operation and maintenance services, has been awarded a 125,000m3 sewage treatment plant contract.
The contract was awarded to the contractor by Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture. The scope of services entail work on the sewage treatment plant and main pumping station in KSA’s Tabuk city.
The region’s Vision 2030 highlights the critical importance of ensuring the future reliable provision of sewage treatment services for the quality of life of residents of the kingdom.
Early this year, Saudi Water Partnership Company (SWPC) launched a programme to commission a round of new independent sewage treatment plants (ISTPs) to meet sewage treatment requirements, SWPC said in a statement.
This included development works on the Buraydah 2 ISTP, bearing a total treatment capacity of 150,000m3/day, and Tabuk 2 ISTP, bearing a total treatment capacity of 90,000 m3/day.
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