Egypt-based Sodic signs contract with Cairo Water Company
Egypt-based real-estate company Sodic has signed a contract with Greater Cairo Water Company to connect 1,000 houses to the fresh water network in Ezzbet Khair Allah
Egypt-based real-estate company Sodic has signed a contract with Greater Cairo Water Company to connect 1,000 houses to the fresh water network in Ezzbet Khair Allah.
The signing ceremony took place at the premises of the Holding Company for Water and Wastewater and in the presence of Sodic’s managing director, Magued Sherif, the managing director of Holding Company for Water and Wastewater, Mostafa El Shimi, and chairman Mamdouh Raslan.
The signing comes following a protocol agreement that is already in place between Sodic, Holding Company for Water and Wastewater, Cairo Governorate, the GIZ and under the auspices of The Egyptian Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Development, according to Trade Arabia.
The project is planned to be carried out over one year and is fully funded by Sodic at an estimated cost of $56,516.
The scope of work includes connecting the chosen homes to the fresh water and wastewater networks in place in Ezbet Khairallah, installation of a fire fighting network, provision of vocational training on construction besides setting up of water and wastewater connections.
Sherif said: "At Sodic, our CSR initiatives focusing on education and rehabilitation, impact the lives of over 7,000 families every year.
"The first phase of the fresh water project in Ezzbet Khair Allah will benefit more than 1,000 families."