Ajman Sewerage Embarks on Network Expansion Projects

AWWLogo-WhiteBackgroundStaff Reporter / July 2016

As a result of Ajman’s steady growth, Ajman Sewerage announced the commencement of two strategic projects, which will enable the utility company to further expand its network coverage while increasing the overall capacity and safety performance of its wastewater collection and transportation system.

The projects, which are worth USD20.4 million, include the construction of a major 10-kilometer sewerage pressure line between Ajman City and Ajman Sewerage’s treatment plant, as well as a 40-kilometer sewer gravity network in Ajman’s Al Jurf Industrial Zones 1 and 3.

After completion, this will enable the utility company to connect and serve about 10,000 existing and future properties, in addition to the 130,000 properties that it currently serves.

Al Marfaa Contracting Company and Darwish Engineering Emirates will undertake the two projects respectively.

“Under the leadership of our Chairman, Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Ajman Sewerage continues investing in its infrastructure as part of providing reliable and hasslefree services to our customers. Ajman Sewerage will also continue to expand the sewerage network in other areas to the benefit of Ajman’s residents.” said Christophe Ledur, Ajman Sewerage’s General Manager.

Other projects in the pipeline include the construction of a new wastewater treatment plant, which was awarded to BESIX/Six Construct in 2015 and is expected to complete by end of this year. This will eventually allow treatment of up to 120 million liters of wastewater every day.

Press Clipping - Arab Water World July 2016

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