Metito secures Afghanistan sewage treatment deal
Metito will build sewage treatment plant to serve 6000 people in Kabul
Metito has won a contract to design, supply, build and commission a sewage treatment plant for the local government in Kabul, the company has announced.
The plant is currently under the design and procurement stages and will employ the latest in extended aeration technology which purifies sewage by the destruction of organic compounds through the use of air.
“This contract shows how strong our reputation is abroad. Afghanistan has seen its fare share of misfortune and destruction which has negatively impacted its infrastructure, and we’re delighted to help with the rebuilding of the country,” Bassem Halabi, group business development director at Metito commented.
“The availability of sanitation facilities is vital to the rebuilding of Kabul. We aim to improve the situation with this project and allow citizens access to the most basics of basics: sanitary services. Afghanistan isn’t an easy place to work in, but with a dedicated team and support from the local authorities, the plant is expected to be completed by May 19th, 2010,” concluded Bassem.