Saudi firm wins water deals in Syria

13 April 2010

Saudi-based AES Arabia has announced it had won contracts to build two water treatment units in Syria by the end of 2010, Arab News has reported. The two units will be installed at a cement plant being constructed by French firm Lafarge in the town of Ain Arab, about 110 miles east of Aleppo. The first plant will have a capacity to purify 140 cubic meters of water daily, while the second unit would have a capacity to treat 5,375 cubic meters daily.

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