Oman’s Haya Water says work on key STP project is underway

Once completed in 2020, project will help supply water for landscaping and construction

Oman Wastewater Services Company (Haya Water) has confirmed that work is underway to build a primary sewage treatment plant (STP) in the Jalan Bani Bu Ali area of the Sultanate, which will have a capacity of 100 cubic metres treated water per day.

According to a report by Oman News Agency, citing a senior official, the plant is being mainly designed to treat the liquid wasters coming from fish markets, slaughterhouses and automobile laundries.

Engineer Saud bin Nasser Al Shidhani, senior area manager for the Regional Governorate, said that the STP is expected accommodate 100 cubic metres daily for this type of waste. Furthermore, the STP capacity will be increased from 600 cubic metres to 1,200 cubic metres per day – double the capacity of the existing facility.

Once complete in 2020, the Jalan Bani Bu Ali Wastewater Treatment Plant will help the region and continue supplying water for landscaping and construction projects, the official said.


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