UAE-based desalination and wastewater treatment company Metito on November 17 announced that it will carry out a $54 million USD sanitation project for the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) development in Al Reweis.
It will build a 25,000-cubic-meter-per-day sewage treatment plant, according to company officials. The plant’s capacity could be raised to 30,000 cubic meters per day in the future.
The treated wastewater will be reused to irrigate green areas in the area.
“Metito has implemented many projects for ADNOC in the past. The company is pleased to implement a new project for ADNOC in Al Reweis,” said Omar Zo’abi, general director of Metito Abu Dhabi.
The company had previously provided wastewater treatment facilities for the ADNOC development, which hosts key oil and gas facilities as well as residential units.
Metito also announced it has completed construction of a $21 million USD reverse osmosis desalination plant on Das Island. The plant provides potable water for the employees of the Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA).
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