Morocco invites bid for water treatment plant

16 August 2015

Plant is first part of programme of projects to improve water supply in Moroccan city

Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricite et de l’Eau Potable (ONEE) has invited companies to submit bids for a project to build a water treatment plant in the city of Ouarzazate.

The contract will involve providing and installing a water treatment plant with the capacity to produce potable water at a rate of 250 litres a second (l/s) from a raw water source.

The work will also include the provision of the ancillary equipment for the water treatment plant, the construction of a treated water tank of 2,000 cubic metres, a treated water pumping station and a load tank with a capacity of 500 cubic metres.

ONEE is receiving funding from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to go towards the funding of the project. The water treatment plant is the first project of a programme to improve the water supply in the city of Ouarzazate from the Tiouine dam.

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