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Majis Industrial launches Phase 2 of $31m waste plant in Oman

Majis Industrial Services has launched the second phase of its central plant for the treatment and recycling of liquid industrial waste in the port of Sohar

Majis Industrial Services has launched Phase 2 of its central plant for industrial waste in the port of Sohar [image: ONA].
Majis Industrial Services has launched Phase 2 of its central plant for industrial waste in the port of Sohar [image: ONA].

Majis Industrial Services has announced the launch of the second phase of its central plant for the treatment and recycling of liquid industrial waste in the port of Sohar.

Valued at $31.2m (OMR12m), the central plant is designed to serve the Sohar refinery, Lowe Plastic Industries Complex, water and electricity stations, and tanker trucks coming from the industrial areas of Sohar.

Quoting Eng Ahmed bin Saif al-Mazroui, chief executive officer of Majis Industrial Services, Oman News Agency (ONA) reported that the total cost of the project covers construction and operations.

Phase 2 was launched under the patronage of Nasser bin Khamis al-Jashmi, undersecretary of the Ministry of Finance, in the presence of Sheikh Muhanna bin Saif al-Lamki, governor of North al Batinah.

Read: Toshiba unit wins $32m Oman wastewater plant deal

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