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Business & Money | Thursday 9 May, 2024 1:39 am |
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NWC starts implementation of 46 water and sanitation projects in Riyadh at SR +1.6 billion

The National Water Company (NWC), represented by the Central Cluster, announced that it has started the implementation of 46 water and sanitation projects in the Riyadh region, with lines and networks of more than 2,900 km, at a total cost of more than one billion and 600 million Saudi Riyals (SR). This comes as part of the company's continuous efforts to implement its strategic plans to build infrastructure in both the water and environmental services sectors, and based on its initiatives to increase the coverage of the services it provides to its customers.

 

     The company pointed out that the water projects it has started to implement amounted to 23 projects in the city of Riyadh and a number of governorates in the region. NWC pointed out that the projects include parts of Al Mahdia, Al Rimal, Al Bayan, Al Sharq, Tuwaiq, Al Arid, Banban, Al Rawdah, King Abdulaziz Quarter, Al Hamra, Al Yarmouk, Al Munsiyah, Al Falah, Al Masif, Al Narjis, Arid and Leban districts, and the implementation of separate water lines and networks in a number of districts in Riyadh city and parts of Al Majmaa, Al Zulfi, Al Dawadmi, Al Rayn and Al Diriyah governorates, as well as Al Ayina and Al Jubaila centers, with lines and networks of nearly 2,000 km, at a total cost of more than 718 million Saudi Riyals (SR).

 

     The company explained that the wastewater projects that it has started to implement in the region amounted to 23 projects in the city of Riyadh and in a number of governorates in the region. NWC said that these projects include Al-Hada, Al-Taawun, Al-Ma'azir, Al-Malaga, Al-Rayyan, Al-Arid, Al-Qairawan, Tuwaiq, Badr, Leban, Hettin, Arqa, Al-Quds, King Abdullah and Okaz districts of Riyadh city, and parts of Wadi Al-Dawasir, Al-Sulayel, Dharma, Mizahmiyah, Majma'a, Dawadmi and Diriyah governorates, with the length of lines and networks exceeding 970 km and the total cost exceeding 890 million Saudi Riyals (SR).

 

   The company stressed that the package of projects is part of its efforts to strengthen the water distribution system, eliminate environmental damage, and achieve water security and environmental balance. NWC stressed that it continues to implement its strategic plans to increase operational efficiency in the water and environment sectors according to the highest standards of quality and performance to achieve the goals of the Saudi Arabian Vision 2030.

 

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