Madinah-3 ISTP Wastewater Project Nears Completion in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Water Partnerships Company (SWPC) has announced that work is in full swing on Madinah-3 wastewater project coming up in the fourth most populated city in Saudi Arabia, which on completion will have a capacity of 200,000 m3/day (expandable to 375,000 m3/day ).

The project, is developed by a consortium of Spanish infrastructure major Acciona with Saudi partners Tawzea and Tamasuk, will have a capacity of 200,000 m3/day (expandable to 375,000 m3/day ) to treat urban wastewater.

As per the contract awarded by SWPC, the Acciona consortium will develop the sewage treatment plant on a BOOT/EPC (Build, Own, Operate and Transfer/Engineering, Procurement and Construction) model

The waste treatment plant will have a collection well and pumping station, pretreatment installation, biological reactor, sludge line, and recycled water pumping station.

ACCIONA will be responsible for its development, design, financing, construction, operation and maintenance for 25 years.

As per the deal, Acciona will be building 23 km of recycled water collectors for irrigation, three storage tanks and the respective pumping stations.

Construction progress of Madinah 3 ISTP project commercial operation date will be in Q4 2024, The renewed water is used for agricultural irrigation and is delivered to the Saudi Irrigation Organization for Irrigation within a transportation and storage system established with the project.

A power substation will also be established to serve the project and provide it with electrical energy.

Source : Saudi Water Partnerships Company

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