Testing underway at Riyadh water plant

The National Water Company (NWC) has completed the largest station in Riyadh’s new tri-generated sewage system, and has begun operational tests. Partial service will begin in late November, following the successful completion of trial operations to ensure optimum efficiency.

The project is an intrinsic element of NWC’s strategy of sustainable environmental wealth and renewable energy management, and is the sixth station delivered in the new Riyadh sewage system. At a cost of SR400 million, the new system will be able to process 400,000 cubic meters of sewage water each day in normal periods, rising to 640,000 cubic meters at peak periods.

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