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Eng Mohammed bin Ahmed Al-Mowkley, CEO of the National Water Company (NWC), paid field inspection visits to a number of projects in Qassim region and its governorates. He was a accompanied by Eng Mansour M. Abuthnain, Projects and Technical Services VP, Eng Raed H. Al-Rashed, Northern Cluster Senior General Manager, and Eng Abdulmuhsin M. Al-Furaihi, Director General of Water Services in Qassim region.


The CEO held a meeting with specialists from NWC and Qassim's General Directorate for Water Services to discuss water and wastewater projects in progress. He also inspected many technical systems and operational plans implemented in the region.


During his visit to Qassim's customer service center, Al-Mowkley met many citizens and listened to their needs. He directed those in charge to provide the best service possible to beneficiaries including citizens and residents. 


Al-Mowkley also received the Directorate's staff and applauded their efforts to increase the standard of service, emphasizing the importance of intensifying efforts to provide appropriate service while seizing all available opportunities for enhancing water and wastewater services in the region.


Additionally, the CEO toured many projects in Buraidah, including Buraidah Oasis project. He also inspected projects in the governorates of Al-Asyah and Onaizah and urged contractors to increase the pace of progress, stating that these projects are key to enhancing the services provided and are in line with the government aspirations to achieve the welfare of citizens under Vision 2030.


Meanwhile, the NWC executive visited Onaizah Forest, a project erected on 10 million square meters, which will be irrigated using treated water produced by Onaizah's plant whose average production capacity is 35,000m3/day, with the aim of planting 500,000 trees, executing service networks and building reservoirs and lakes under the supervision and operation of the region's Water Services Directorate.


Al-Mowkley concluded his visit by thanking all water services staff in Qassim for their efforts to enhance operation, follow up projects and increase the standard of service.