SEWA completes strategic water project in Kalba

Water reservoir of 2 million gallons capacity and installation of six modern distribution pumps completed

The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) has announced the completion of a $2.65 million project to establish a strategic water reservoir with a capacity of 2 million gallons, as well as the installation of six modern distribution pumps in the city of Kalba.

According to a WAM report, the project aims to ensure the water supply across all regions, in line with SEWA’s strategic plan and its future vision, which is aimed at achieving a balanced approach between development and conservation of natural resources.

Commenting on this, Engineer Moza Al Zaabi, Director of the Kalba Department at the Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority, confirmed that the Authority is working to cover the water needs to mitigate the risks of climate changes, whether in the near or distant future.

Al Zaabi stressed that new strategic reservoir project in the city of Kalba will contribute to providing excellent services to all regions, in line with the future expansions and development projects in all areas of Kalba City.


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