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Bausher Water Reuse Project launches

Main section of membrane bioreactor technology project opens

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The Bausher Water Reuse Project opens next week and is expected to be the largest of its kind. (Getty Images)
The Bausher Water Reuse Project opens next week and is expected to be the largest of its kind. (Getty Images)

Oman-based Haya Water has announced that it will open the main section of the Bausher Water Reuse Project at Al Ansab next week.

When complete, the project will be one of the largest of its kind utilising large membrane bioreactor technology, with a production capacity of around 55,000 cubic metre per day of treated water in the first stage. Subsequent stages will increase production capacity to meet requirements.

Discussing the forthcoming launch, CEO of Haya Water Omar Al-Wahaibi said: “Effective operation of the new plant at Al Ansab and the connection of buildings to the network in Ghubra and Azaibah started in the last quarter of 2009,” adding that by the end of 2010 some 7,000 buildings, besides housing at The Wave, had been connected to the network.

The company is also currently working on the completion of the main trunk line to connect areas from Al-Hamria roundabout to the complete line near Ghubra Power and Desalination plant. Haya will also implement a sewage network in Al-Khuwair, and is to issue a new tender for the construction of sewage works in Qurum and IIam areas. 

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