Ajman Sewerage plans Dh600m expansion

Staff Reporter / 15 December 2016

Ajman Sewerage’s board of directors has confirmed investment plans of Dh600 million for infrastructure expansion in 2017. The company is a partnership between the government of Ajman, BESIX and Veolia, two international water treatment experts from the private sector.

Shaikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi said: “With an overall expansion plan worth Dh600 million, we are committed to the development of a sustainable and modern sewerage system that is in line with the preservation of our environment. Our capacities and strategies alongside leading water treatment technologies aim to benefit Ajman’s citizens. We shall continue to provide best practice, leadingedge water treatment services and will also continually focus on revitalising Ajman’s environment with sustainable and water re-use initiatives.”

The company informed that in 2017 they foresee expansion of sewerage infrastructure in Ajman, especially within the network coverage spanning Al Safia and part of Al Jurf 1, Al Jurf 2, Al Jurf Industrial and Al Ragayeb districts.

 

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