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Bahrain’s Tubli sewage plant upgrade is urged

Experts have warned that Bahrain's main wastewater treatment plant is overloaded and in need of an urgent upgrade. The Tubli Waste Pollution Control Centre (WPCC) treats around 150 million litres of sewage on a daily basis, bu

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Bahrain’s Tubli sewage plant upgrade is urged

Experts have warned that Bahrain's main wastewater treatment plant is overloaded and in need of an urgent upgrade. The Tubli Waste Pollution Control Centre (WPCC) treats around 150 million litres of sewage on a daily basis, bu

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Metito shuts down Riffa Views wastewater plant

Metito, the operator of the wastewater treatment plant that services Riffa Views, The Royal Golf Club and AlWali communities in Bahrain, has announced that it will shutdown all treatment operations beginning immediately. The compa

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Wastewater treatment plant in Bahrain closes down

A wastewater treatment plant that serves Riffa Views, the Royal Golf Club and Awali announced last night (February 25) it was shutting down. Metito said that it was ‘forced to make the difficult decision’ and was demob

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Suez Environment unit wins contracts in Oman, UAE

Degrémont, a subsidiary of Suez Environment, is set to design, construct and operate the Dh677 million ($184.2 million) desalination plant at the new Mirfa Independent Water and Power project in Abu Dhabi. It was selected b

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Wastewater reuse focus for Abu Dhabi forum

Wastewater reuse and water recycling will form the focus for an upcoming conference in Abu Dhabi that will also conduct case studies associated with various technologies. The WaterWorld Middle East Conference and Exhibition will r

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Xylem seals Bahrain water deal

Xylem, a global water technology company headquartered in New York, US, has signed a $7.3-million contract with Bahrain’s Ministry of Works to upgrade a wastewater treatment facility in Manama. As per the contract, Xylem wil

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$45m wastewater pipeline planned in Jordan

Jordan’s Ministry of Water and Irrigation plans to build a new $45 million wastewater pipeline to transport sewage from Zarqa Governorate and parts of Amman to Al Samra Wastewater Treatment Plant, said a report. The new pipe

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GCC water sector growth seen at 14-20pc

The water and wastewater industry in the GCC is growing at between 14 and 20 per cent a year and the region is expected to invest $130 billion over the next decade to meet future water and power needs, an expert has said. Speaking

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GCC water sector growth seen at 14-20pc

The water and wastewater industry in the GCC is growing at between 14 and 20 per cent a year and the region is expected to invest $130 billion over the next decade to meet future water and power needs, an expert has said. Speaking

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