Saudi awards $202m water, sanitation contracts

Saudi awards contracts to develop water, sanitation infrastructure.

Makkah is one of the areas targeted for new water, sanitation infrastructure.
Makkah is one of the areas targeted for new water, sanitation infrastructure.

Saudi Arabia has awarded $202million worth of contracts to develop water and sanitation infrastructure in the Kingdom, the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) has reported.

The contracts were signed by Abdullah Bin Abdulrahman Al-Hossein, Minister of Water and Electricity. The projects will be implemented in Jeddah, Makkah, Asir, Madina, Qassim, Najran, Riyadh and the Eastern Province, according to the SPA.

“This is part of the ministry's continual services to citizens to meet the expansion of urban areas and the rapid population increase,” the Minister said.
 

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