Marafiq signs $133mn contract for the expansion of its Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant in Jubail
The total capacity of the Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant expansion will be 200,000 cubic meters per day which will enhance sustainable ambitions for the future of Marafiq
Marafiq President and CEO Abdullah Al-Buainain has signed a SAR500mn ($133mn) contract to expand it’s the company’s Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant in Jubail.
During the signing ceremony, Abdullah Al-Buainain said, “Marafiq is confident in providing world-class utility facilities to the new-wave of growth for the Saudi Vision 2030 industrial ventures”.
The total capacity of the Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant (SWTP-9) expansion will be 200,000 m3/day, which will enhance Marafiq’s sustainable ambitions for the future.
The Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant (SWTP-9) expansion is to be designed and built to treat incoming sanitary wastewater from Jubail and its Industrial City. The SWTP-9 Stage 6 expansion will comprise of a ‘stand-alone’ treatment works, designed and constructed for sanitary wastewater treatment.
Deep Raj Saxena, CEO of VA TECH WABAG GmbH in Consortium with VA Tech WABAG said, “We are extremely honoured to have been awarded the contract to expand SWTP-9 Stage 6 under the leadership of Marafiq.”
“We are confident that we will be capable to execute the project and meet Marafiq’s expectations,” he added.