Saudi Utility Completes Five Water, Environmental Projects Worth $28.8 Million USD

Network Expansion And Pumping Station Upgrades

10 Apr 2021 by Local Press Report
DAMMAN

Saudi Arabia’s National Water Company has completed implementation of five projects within its water and environmental system, at a cost of more than $28.8mn (SAR108mn).

The projects aim to keep pace with the increasing demand for water services; improve the quality of services provided; raise the operational efficiency in water transmission and distribution; improve operational performance; and achieve the government's rational aspirations to raise the level of water services provided to the beneficiaries. Source: Mechanical Electrical & Plumbing

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