Ajman Sewerage signs banking deal

01 October 2009

Plan to helps customers pay wastewater tariffs

Ajman Sewerage Private Company has signed a co-operation agreement with Ajman Bank to facilitate the payment of wastewater bills by the company’s customers.

The agreement will give customers several payment options, including paying bills at any time using the bank’s automatic teller machines (ATM) or by direct debit from their accounts at the bank. 

Ajman Sewerage was first established in May 2002 as a public-private partnership (PPP) between Belgium’s Besix, the UK’s Thames Water, the US’s Black & Veatch, and the Ajman government.

It was restructured in 2006. France’s Veolia Water replaced Thames Water.

The company is responsible for building, operating and maintaining the sewage network in the emirate under a 28-year concession.

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