Haya Water has inaugurated a sewage and wastewater treatment project in the wilayat of Amerat.
The project was inaugurated under the auspices of Eng Isam bin Saud al Zadjali, chairman of Muscat Municipality, in the presence of Majlis A’Shura and Municipal Council members, and the company’s strategic partners.
Sulieman bin Khamis al Qasmi, Haya Water’s acting CEO, said, “The development plan in the wilayat includes a new sewage treatment plant, pumping stations with sewage and treated water networks, in addition to a network of optical fibre lines. The total cost of this project is about RO92mn.”
The pilot operation began in December 2019. After four months, the sewage networks that are connected to the units through the two plumbing stations were operated.
The unit of Amerat Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) has a capacity of 18,000m3 per day in its first phase. The STP is designed for expansion in the second phase to 36,000m3 per day.
Qasmi added that the total length of the main and subsidiary sewage networks that were implemented in parallel with the project is 575km. In addition, the project includes around 40,000 inspection areas in different sizes.
The project connects 9,570 residential, government and commercial units.
The STP consists of 40km of treated water networks equipped with several distribution points. It also consists of 700km of fibre optics and 7,000 inspection rooms for fibre optics.
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