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Oman wastewater project out to tender

Haya water invites tenders for sustainable solution to waste issue

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Oman's wastewater project is out to tender. (Getty Images)
Oman's wastewater project is out to tender. (Getty Images)

Companies have been invited to tender for a plan to build a new wastewater network in Oman, which will form part of the Muscat Wastewater Project.

Haya water is asking companies to provide tenders for the building of a world-class wastewater system in the Governorate of Muscat, which aims to minimise environmental pollution by replacing the present drainage with a modern wastewater system.
One of the main aims of the contract is to establish a proper and efficient sewerage system, which would provide a sustainable solution to the present day-to-day problem of using hundreds of tankers daily to empty septic and holding tanks that currently serve the existing communities.

The work will consist of the execution and maintenance of the sewage disposal system, as well as a treated effluent system for irrigation purposes. It will also include all electrical works at the pumping stations and control and automations work, plus fibre optic ducting network for the area.

The tender can be purchased from the tender board until 16 March, with the tender submission date 18 April.
 

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