Saudi’s National Water Company constructs reservoirs worth $7.2m

Saudi Arabia’s National Water Company has completed the construction of two water reservoirs with a capacity of 16,000m3 at a total cost of more than $7.2m (SAR27m).

The project also included the establishment of water networks extending across more than 83km; the implementation of 532 domestic water connections to serve more than 6,300 customers; and developing the capability to dispense approximately 5,500 tanker trips in the Rumah governorate annually.

The project is part of the National Water Company’s infrastructure strategy to meet its water and environmental development goals.

In addition, the project also improves the firm’s coverage rates for the services that it provides to its customers, and ensures the continuity of its operational efficiency in the governorates of the Riyadh region.

The company has stated that it is proceeding with the implementation of projects for a number of neighbourhoods in Riyadh and its governorates, according to the approved schedules and timelines for the completion of its projects.

The firm also emphasised that it takes into account the highest quality standards while implementing its projects, according to the state-run Saudi Press Agency.

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