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Umm AlHayman WWTP


 

June 2018

About the project
The Ministry of Public Works is launching the Umm Al Hayman (UAH) Waste Water Project, as part of the Ministry’s efforts to expand and rehabilitate

Project Overview
The project consists of the construction of a new sewage treatment plant within the boundaries of the current Umm Al-Hayman purification plant to treat wastewater with an initial capacity of 500,000 cubic meters of average daily flow, as well as the construction of sewage and treated water lines from AlAgaila pumping station to the new station and a major power transformer station. The sewage treatment plant will be expandable by 200,000 cubic meters per day, with a final capacity of 700,000 cubic meters per day.

The project consists of two parts, one of which will be developed according to the BOT system and the second according to the design, construction and operation system (DBO). The investor will have to operate and maintain the plant for a period of 25 years from the date of completion, which is part of the work of the public joint stock company for the implementation of the project, which is part of the BOT system and the investor will also have to ensure the establishment of a system of transport and distribution The network includes the transfer of sewage water to the plant, the treated wastewater transportation and distribution network and the operation of the transmission and distribution system for a period of 3 years from the date of operation.

The project will then be handed over to the Ministry of Public Works in accordance with the specific part of the DBO system.; The project aims to develop the wastewater treatment project in Umm Al-Hayman ("the Project") in view of the urgent need to expand the capacity of wastewater treatment and the removal of the wastewater treatment plant currently located in the southern region of Kuwait. As well as the need to expand the networks of transmission and distribution of sewage flowing from the sewage plant, which has been processed to be used to irrigate the green areas and agricultural areas and serve the expected population growth of Kuwait, in addition to mitigate the negative effects on the environment.
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   Second Floor   

   Shuwaikh Administrative Region   

  Jahraa Street   


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