Egypt operates triple sewage treatment plant in Marsa Alam at cost of LE 7M

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Wed, 13 Jan 2021 - 01:14 GMT

  Photo of water dropped from gray stainless steel faucet- CC via Pikrepo

Photo of water dropped from gray stainless steel faucet- CC via Pikrepo

CAIRO – 13 January 2021: The triple sewage treatment plant, with a capacity of 700 m3/day, had been started in Marsa Alam to serve 1,080 housing units, at a total cost of LE 7 million, funded by the governorate, Head of the Red Sea Water Company Mohamed Issa said.

 

Issa added that the treated water from the plant will be used to irrigate green spaces in Marsa Alam.

 

He indicated that an integrated sanitation project is being studied and designed by the Military Production Authority, and under the supervision and financing of the National Authority for Drinking Water and Sanitation.

 

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