Dam constructed in Red Sea governorate to stop floods caused by rainfall in winter - Press Photo
CAIRO - 10 September 2019: The Red Sea Governorate Authority has built 16 dams, dug 12 artificial lakes, and made 11 dirt barriers and canals at a cost of LE572 million in order to avert the repercussions of floods caused by rainfall in winter.
CAIRO - 24 August 2019: In its Travel Trends segment, CNN broadcast earlier this week a promo on Egypt's Red Sea Mountain Trail suitable for adventure travel. The video featured the project's founders mountaineer Omar Samra and British adventurer Ben Hoffler.
Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities Assem el-Gazzar said on Aug. 26 that another four sanitation projects are being implemented in the Red Sea Governorate at a cost of LE 1.635 billion.
Gazzar added in a statement that it is scheduled to complete the implementation of the sanitation projects during 2019.
The minister explained that these projects include the expansion of Hurghada sewage project and serving the emerging and deprived areas (eight lifting stations and networks), as well as the expansion of the sewage project in Ras Ghareb, the sewage project in Koseir, and the sewage project in Safaga.
According to the minister, the first phase of the 30,000 m3 / day operation is being carried out at the Tertiary Sewage Treatment Plant in the Red Sea Governorate.
The plant has a total capacity of 90,000 m3/day worth LE 875 million, he added.