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NWC" and” Middle East for paper," held a memorandum to treat (5) thousand industrial wastewater


NWC explained in the implementation of urgent projects in record time to strengthen water sources in Riyadh in only six months, and that will be launched by His Royal Highness Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Abdul-Aziz, Governor of Riyadh, His Royal Highness Prince / Turki bin Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz, Deputy Governor of the region and HE Engineer / Abdullah bin Abdul Rahman Al-Hossain Minister of Water and Electricity Chairman of NWC and the members of the Board of Directors, on Saturday April 6, 2013, with a production capacity of up to (200) thousand m3 of water per day and a total cost of (1.6) billion SR.
CEO of NWC Dr. Loay Al-Musallam, mentioned that the project includes drilling (43) deep well, and the implementation of water desalination plants in (27) site in Riyadh, as well as tanks and cooling towers, and electric generators to run the stations, indicating that the company succeeded in reducing the duration of implementation of eighteen months (the time required for the implementation of similar projects) to six months, starting working on the projects early October of last year.
Al-Musallam pointed that the company succeeded in ending the actual operation of purification plants in (Dahrat Laban, Alremal, Alhada (Wadi Hanifa), Albedea, Arka, Alsahafa) as well as to start the trial run of Salbukh plant to reach maximum output, as well as to start during the next few days in the pilot operating in Buwaib and Nsah stations.
After that Dr. Loay Al-Musallam, CEO of NWC, ended his statement with the outstanding support received by the company from the Minister of Water and Electricity Chairman National Water Company, and members of the Board of Directors, and government sectors concerned to upgrade services sector in cities operating company in Riyadh and Jeddah, Makka and Taif.