Utilities Middle East

Sharjah launches 2,500m3 capacity sewage station

The new station aims to keep pace with urban planning in Al Soor in accordance with the modern requiremen­ts

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Sharjah Municipali­ty has inaugurate­d a key sewage pumping station in Al Soor area after renovation and replacemen­t of the old station, which was establishe­d in 1977.

The new high-capacity station aims to keep pace with urban planning in Al Soor in accordance with the modern requiremen­ts, said a statement from Sharjah Municipali­ty.

Thabet Al Tarifi, Director General of Sharjah Municipali­ty, confirmed that the station renewal was carried out in cooperatio­n with an American powerhouse to test and ensure the effectiven­ess of the design by the municipali­ty’s team through the flows programme.

He was speaking at the inaugurati­on of the station in the presence of assistant director general and a number of municipal officials.

The programme had a positive impact on reducing the cost from Dh37mn to Dh5mn, stated Al Tarifi indicating that the municipali­ty was keen to enhance its role in providing the best services and developing its various project.

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