Al Mansoor: ‘A complete sewerage system to be implemented in north town’

January 27, 2015 4:15 pm


Sanitary Engineering Assistant Undersecretary at the Ministry of Works, Municipalities & Urban Planning Eng. Khalifa Al Mansoor revealed that the Ministry has completed the designs and tendering documents for the implementation of a complete sewerage system in the North Town, where contractors were qualified and bids were invited in a limited tender. Technical offers are presently being evaluated. The tender is expected to be awarded in the second quarter of 2015.

Al Mansoor explained that work comprises of 2 projects, the first of which is implementing a sewage treatment plant with the capacity of 40000m3/day, expandable to 60000m3/day, a tri-treatment unit to produce treated water for irrigation purposes, sludge management to fulfill technical requirements, and an emergency system flowing to the sea at a length of 4.5km and the diameter of 1100mm, in addition to all civil, electrical and mechanical works. Work also includes implementing a tank for the collection of treated sewage waters and the main pumping station.

The second project comprises of implementing main sewerage lines at a length of 1.7km with the diameters 400-700mm, implementing main transfer lines using the micro-tunneling methodology at a length of 5.7km and the diameters 500-1200mm, in addition to main transfer lines at a length of 8.2km.

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