Saudi’s NWC to supply treated water to Qiddiya

NWC will supply Qiddiya with 20,000 cu. m. of potable water per day

Saudi Arabia’s National Water Company (NWC) has announced that it has signed a three-year deal with Qiddiya Investment Company (QIC) for the supply of potable and treated water for the Qiddiya project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Under the terms of the MoU, the Saudi company will supply Qiddiya with 20,000 cu. m. of potable water per day, and around 70,000 cu. m. of treated water per day.

The company stated that the agreement is part of NWC’s service plans for sustainable environmental development, that aims to support strategic projects and serve the kingdom’s economic, touristic, heritage and environmental goals of Vision 2030.

Mohammad bin Ahmed Mowkley, CEO of NWC, said: “We are currently implementing strategic and vital projects aimed at supporting the tourism sector in line with Vision 2030, which aspires to diversify economic income and encourage private investment.”

“As part of these projects, NWC will supply Qiddiya with potable and treated water services. Such projects will help achieve our strategic goals and raise the efficiency of services provided to our partners in the various regions of the kingdom,” he stated.

The scope of work includes laying of sewage network pipelines in Darmaa and Al-Muzahmiyya governorates and linking them to the treatment plant at Qiddiya, he stated.


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