Oman invites bids for Duqm sewage treatment plant

26 February 2018
Plant will have a treatment capacity of 2,500 cubic metres a day

The Special Economic Authority of Duqm has invited contractors to submit proposals for the contract to build a sewage treatment plant at Duqm.

Contractors have been invited to submit proposals by 3 April for the contract, which will involve the design and construction of a 2,500 cubic metres a day (cm/d) sewage treatment plant.

Oman is developing a refinery and major economic zone at Duqm as part of its strategy to develop industrial hubs in port cities to diversify its energy and industrial sectors.

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