Sadat City to Develop EGP 210 mn Water Waste Management Projects

Tuesday, 24th January 2017

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.

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