Metito wins water management contract in Egypt
Agreement is worth $25m and is scheduled for 2016 completion
Water management company Metito has won a new project worth $25million to deliver water and wastewater systems for a new 650MW thermal power plant in Suez, Egypt.
The contract will see Metito design, supply and install water and wastewater treatment systems to produce demineralised water at the quality needed for operating high pressure boilers, condensate polishing units, hypochlorite generation and chemical injection systems.
The scope of the contract also includes providing the client with a wastewater treatment plant and a water/oil separation system to treat the effluent water for discharging within the standard limits predetermined by the local environmental authorities.
Commenting on this project, Karim Madwar, Metito Africa managing director, said: "We are very proud to be part of Egypt's new development plan through implementing this significant project.
“Metito's intelligent water management solutions will contribute to the country's infrastructure and help meet the much needed power demand from industries looking to operate at optimum capacity as well as citizens' power needs.”
“Scheduled to be completed in 2016, the project introduces the Ultra Filtration technology to improve the treated water quality for other sites including; Damitta, Banha, Giza North and Suez and to help in upgrading the efficiency of power supply across the country," added Madwar.