Sadat City will construct facilities and water projects to conserve water wastes in the upcoming period at a total investment cost of EGP 210 mn following NUCA’s approval, Al Mal reports.

Project tenders will be offered to contractors and Egyptian Federation of Constructing & Building Contractors members, according to head of Sadat City Mohamed Ashour.

The tenders include water treatment plants at a total investment cost of EGP 35 mn, as well as a separate plant developed specifically to separate rural sanitation water from industrial drainage at a total cost of EGP 70 mn. Both aim to save around 70% of the city’s underutilized water resources, specifically for agricultural purposes.

Sadat City previously offered tenders for construction of water and rural sanitation as well as infrastructure projects at a total cost of EGP 30 mn within a 5000-unit social housing project.