SDG 6 – Clean Water and Sanitation

Water is inarguably linked to the development of all nations. Accordingly, SDG 6 calls for ensuring availability and the sustainable management of water and sanitation. This entails reducing pollution, eliminating dumping and minimizing release of hazardous chemicals and materials, increasing water treatment, and implementing integrated water resources management at all levels.

 

  • Implementation of Electromechanical Works at Toukh Water Treatment Plant: The project served 80 villages that were facing shortage in treated potable water in Toukh city as part of the governmental plan aiming to provide the entire country with accessible potable water.

 

  • Installation of Electrical and Mechanical works at Al Mahalla Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant: Directed towards biological treatment for irrigation purposes, the project aimed to solve the industrial waste treatment problem in Mahalla governorate caused by high proportions of industrial acid drainage. Giza Systems Electromechanical (GSEC) carried out the project for the supply and erection of all electrical and mechanical works at Mahalla IWWTP with a capacity of 40,000 m3/D.

 

  • Implementation of Electrical and Mechanical works at Al Mahalla Wastewater Treatment Plant: GSEC was responsible for the supply and erection of all electrical and mechanical works at Mahalla WWTP with a capacity of 80,000 m3/D. The project is seen as a step forward in following the governmental plan to solve the waste treatment problem in Mahalla governorate.

 

  • Supply of all Electrical and Mechanical works in Abu Al-Matamir Waste Water Treatment Plant: project aimed to increase the waste water treatment plant capacity to 18,000 m3/D instead of 9,000 m3/D; thus, providing a healthier environment for the citizens.

 

  • Implementation of Electrical and Mechanical works at Qalzam Waste Water Treatment Plant: the optimum design using the offered SBR technology provides healthier water treatment techniques to city citizens.The WWTP has a capacity of 20,000 m3/D

 

  • Operation, Maintenance and Civil Works at Al-Thumama Reverse Osmosis Plant: the project covered the design, supply, erection, testing and operation of Royal Guard water treatment plant at Al Thumama, Riyadh, KSA. The plant capacity is 5,000 m3/day. It is part of the Saudi governmental plan to provide the entire country with accessible potable water works.

 

  • Testing Installed Systems for Al Wasia Wells in Riyadh: the project aims to support strategic water resources at Al Wasia Wells in Riyadh, KSA. The project covers 80 groundwater wells, line well water transfer station (15 km), control system at the station, as well as transmission line for strategic tanks in Riyadh region (70 km).