Kuwait to float tender for KD600m water treatment station

20 March 2012

The Kuwaiti government is set to float soon a tender for a new water treatment station to be built in the southern part of the country, Kuna has reported. Expected to cost over KD600m ($2.154bn), the project involves building a purifying station and connected pipework, development of the Oqaila pumping station, construction of a pumping station for Sabah Al-Ahmad City, and setting up grids to distribute the treated water. The station is expected to start operation in early 2012.

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