$140m for Iraq's sanitation infrastructure
Major investment for two sewerage projects in Baghdad and Fallujah
A $140million spend on major sewerage projects in Iraq will be launched in the coming weeks, as the Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works announces developments in Baghdad and Fallujah.
AK News has reported that the ministry’s media advisor, Jassim Mohammed, has revealed a $72.5 million allowance for a sanitation scheme in the Husseiniya district of Baghdad, and a $66.6 million project in Anbar.
“The two projects will be implemented by local companies in no longer than 12 months,” Mohammed was reported as saying, also hinting that the projects would include treatment plants for recycling waste.