Manama : Expansion plans of the Tubli Wastewater Treatment Plant, funded by GCC Development Programme for Bahrain, were discussed yesterday.
Tubli Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion project, co-funded by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, includes the construction of four building funded by Saudi Fund for Development (SFD).
Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning Ministry Undersecretary for Works Affairs, Ahmed Abdulaziz Al-Khayyat, said that final designs had been completed and the tender documents had been prepared, noting that the project was put out to tender on February 7.
SFD representative, Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Al-Hussain, lauded the existing cooperation with the Ministry of Works and stressed the need to expedite the signing of contracts and begin the implementation of the fourth expansion of the Tubli Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Phase 4 will accommodate the increased flow of wastewater with an average daily flow capacity of 200,000 cubic metres/day to reach a full average daily flow capacity of 400,000 cubic
He stressed SFD’s readiness to provide all kinds of support for such a vital project for Bahrain, as well as to remove any potential obstacles to ensure that the project would be completed according to schedule.