Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities Assem El-Gazzar has conducted an inspection of drinking water purification plants located in the 10th of Ramadan City, Invest-Gate reports.
The two existing stations have a combined capacity of 620,000 cubic meters per day. Additionally, there is a third station with a capacity of 1.2 million cubic meters per day, which is being implemented in two phases. The first phase, with a capacity of 600,000 cubic meters per day, has been completed, while the second phase, also with a capacity of 600,000 cubic meters per day, is currently under construction.
During the inspection, El-Gazzar was accompanied by officials from the Ministry, the New Urban Communities Authority, the Executive Authority for Drinking Water and Sanitation, and the City Authority.
The group toured the existing stations to assess the progress of work in the various stages of drinking water purification. They also observed the implementation of the second phase of the third station and the intake feeding it. The minister and his team checked the mechanism for periodically withdrawing samples from the outlet, the station, and the networks to ensure water quality.
El-Gazzar examined the central laboratory at the station to verify the quality of the water produced. The officials provided a detailed explanation about the activities of the station, which supplies water to the 10th of Ramadan City as well as other cities such as the New Administrative Capital (NAC), El Shorouk, Badr, Madinaty, New Heliopolis, and Robbiki Leather City.