Ashghal to hold wastewater workshop in Qatar

Ashghal has organised a workshop to address the concerns around wastewater usage within Qatar and the GCC

Efficient wastewater usage remains a concern in Qatar.
Efficient wastewater usage remains a concern in Qatar.

Qatar's Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has organised a workship to address concerns surrounding water usage and the part wastewater plays in creating water sustainability in Qatar. 

The workship - 'Successful experiences in wastewater treatment and reuse in GCC countries', will take place on November 3 at Kempinski The Perl Doha. 

Ashghal intends to promote co-operation between the GCC states to develop joint strategies around treated sewage water, related technologies and best practices within the field.

Organised in collaboration with the GCC General Secretariat, Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) the workshop will be attended by representatives from the GCC states.

Papers on related topics will be presented to engineers in the Gulf countries, including regulations on the use of treated sewage water within the region, a strategic master plan for treated sewage water, as well as balancing the use of desalinated water and treated sewage water.

So too, the role of laboratories in the quality of treated sewage water will be presented along with highlighting the importance of data collection to monitor treated water quality and use of treated sewage water in cooling.

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