Saudi Arabia water authority receives seven proposals for sewage treatment PPP

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The Water and Electricity Company of Saudi Arabia has received seven proposals for the Damman West independent sewage treatment project (ISTP), following a request issued in March to ten pre-qualified teams. The respondents are:

  1. Acciona Agua, Al Rashid Trading & Contracting Company and Al Blagha Holding For Investments Co in consortium
  2. FCC Aqualia, Nesma Holding Co. and Abdul Latif Jameel Commercial Development Company in consortium
  3. Metito Utilities, Mowah and Orascom Construction in consortium
  4. Mitsui & Co. and Miahona Company in consortium
  5. SAUR, Civil Water Company and Técnicas de Desalinización de Aguas in consortium
  6. Suez, Abdullah Ibrahim Alkhorayef Sons Co. and Hassana Investment Company in consortium
  7. Veolia Middle East, Marafiq and Alamwal Alkaleejiah Althaniya in consortium

The sewage treatment plant to be delivered by one of these teams will have capacity to treat up to 330,000 m3 of sewage a day, and will serve governmental, agricultural, commercial and industrial sectors of Dammam, a city on Saudi Arabia's gulf coast, as well as approximately 930,000 residents within its catchment area.

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