Sohar Sewage Network Phase 3 Completed

Nama announces completion of Sohar Sewerage Network Phase III

Sohar: Nama Water Services is working to implement projects that aim to preserve the environment and public health, protect groundwater sources from pollution, and provide an alternative source of fresh water that can be used to irrigate gardens, green spaces and other uses in light of growth. Population and urban development, by expanding wastewater transportation networks.

Among the projects that the company is currently implementing the completion of the third phase of the project to establish a sewage network in the state of Sohar, which aims to serve the community by connecting approximately 4,200 residential and commercial units in the region and connecting them to the existing sewage network according to the project plans, as the project was awarded in December 2023 and is expected to be completed in December 2025.

Eng. Hassan bin Abdullah bin Muhammad Al-Farsi, Director of Projects in the Regional Governorates, “Banama” for Water Services, said that the project will provide sanitation service in some residential and commercial areas in Al-Humbar and Al-Turaif, which were not covered in previous projects, in addition to the Gail Al-Shaboul area and the coastal areas in Al-Sabarah, Al-Shizaw, and Al-Hadheerah, which Sanitation service will be provided using vacuum technology, due to the high groundwater level in these areas, indicating that the Gulf Petrochemical and Trading Services Company will implement the project.

He added in a statement to the Oman News Agency that the project will work to serve the community and reduce their suffering by disposing of sewage waste in a faster, safe and healthy way, and reducing the number of sewage transport tanks in the regions, which will contribute to reducing the cost for subscribers.

He explained that completing the construction work of the sewerage network in the state of Sohar (the third phase) is one of the important projects to complete the infrastructure in the North Al Batinah Governorate and the continuation of the government’s efforts to provide sewerage services in the regional governorates, as the project comes to complete the work of the sewerage project and rehabilitate the existing sewerage network.

He pointed out that the project includes the establishment of a sewage network with a length of 40 km, with diameters ranging from 150 to 1000 mm, air vacuum network systems in coastal areas with a total length of 3 km, pumping lines with a total length of 3 km, raising the efficiency of the pumping stations in Al-Hajara, Al-Humbar 6 and Al-Humbar C-1, and establishing the Baghil lifting station. Al-Shaboul and the completion of construction work at the pumping stations in Al-Turaif and Al-Humbar-1 and the vacuum stations in Al-Hadharah and Al-Shizaw, in addition to completing the construction work.

Eng. Hassan bin Abdullah bin Muhammad Al Farsi said that the total cost of the project amounts to 11 million and 572.4 thousand Omani riyals, including all its attachments and components.

He stressed that with the cooperation of the people and residents, their understanding of the importance of establishing the vital project, their positive response to the implementing company, and their appreciation for the construction operations accompanying the implementation of the project, all of this will contribute to the success of the project in order to provide better service to the community.

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