The Jordanian government has said construction of a pipeline to carry water from the Disi Water Conveyance Project to the northern region is to commence in the middle of next year, Jordan Times has reported. Studies and blueprints of the conveyance pipeline project are near completion, a government official said, noting that the project’s tender will be floated early next year. “The conveyance pipeline will transfer the Disi water from the Zaatari Pumping Station in Mafraq Governorate to the northern governorates. A total of 10 million cubic metres of Disi water will be conveyed to address the north’s acute shortage of water,” the official told the daily.
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