“The North Kabd plant in Kuwait will treat one million cubic meters of wastewater per day”

KUWAIT CITY, May 7: The Ministry of Public Works announced that it has prepared the consultancy agreement for the appointment of a consultancy firm to form a financial, technical and legal alliance to prepare integrated feasibility studies for the project of North Kabd sewage treatment plant and related works, Al-Qabas daily reports. According to reliable sources, the consultant will evaluate the project from the environmental, technical and financial point of view and prepare the tender documents and obtain the necessary approvals in cooperation with the Public-Private Partnership Projects Authority.

The sources said that the North Kabd plant project will be offered under the public-private partnership system, with the aim of raising the level of infrastructure services, meeting the needs of the state, keeping pace with urban development, treating wastewater and benefiting from treated water. for agricultural and irrigation purposes.

The sources said that the sewage treatment plant will have an estimated capacity of no less than one million cubic meters of water per day to serve residential areas and towns south of the Sixth Ring Road – Southern Khaitan, Abdullah Al Mubarak and Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh. – in addition to new areas west of Abdullah Al Mubarak and south of the city of Saad Al-Abdullah. The sources said the project also includes the removal of the Mishref pumping station and the construction of branch lines to transfer incoming sewage flows from the area to the new Shaddadiah pumping station, which will have a capacity of 530,000 cubic meters per day, with the construction of branch lines from the Mishref area to Shaddiyah, as well as the construction of a pumping station east of Jahra with a capacity of 530,000 cubic meters per day.

The 6 main objectives of the wastewater treatment plant are the development and improvement of the efficiency of the sanitation networks, the maximum use of the treated water; meet the growing demand for treated water; improving efficiency in partnership with the private sector; rehabilitation and training of national executives and protection of the marine and terrestrial environment

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