Bioshaft scores trio of Middle East deals
US firm to work on wastewater projects in Saudi and Egypt
California-based wastewater specialist, Bioshaft Water Technology, has won a clutch of new deals that includes three contracts for wastewater treatment plants in the Middle East region. The firm, which specialises in the design and manufacture of domestic, municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, is set to start work on projects in Saudi Arabia and Egypt.
The deals include a wastewaster treatment system to be installed in Jeddah’s Jawhara Damac Towers, through the firm’s distributor Water Masters. The contract will see the installation of a 105,680 gallons per day (g/d) capacity plant at the 42-storey building. The firm will also start work on a 13,200 g/d systems for the Makah Chamber of Commerce, as well as providing a domestic treatment system – with a 7,926 g/d capacity – in Egypt’s Alexandria.
“By appointing new distributors, we are expanding into the Middle East and Africa. These are significant orders that cover both municipal and industrial markets,” said Bioshaft president, Walter Zurawick.
Bioshaft currently has a company office in Jeddah, alongside bases in California and Florida.