SEWA to work on water supply plan for Sharjah residents

The authority aims to strengthen the delivery of water, and distribution networks in all regions of Sharjah


The chairman of Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority, SEWA, Dr Rashid Al Leem, has confirmed that the authority is developing a continuous water supply plan for Sharjah residents. 

He further said that SEWA is taking steps to produce and desalinate water, and distribute it to subscribers, as well as to spread awareness on the importance of water conservation and its optimal use, UAE's state-run news agency Wam reported. 

A work plan has been prepared for engineers and technical staff that work at water production and desalination plants, SEWA's chairman added. 

In addition, as part of its efforts to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, the authority is educating its subscribers about the importance to stay at home, except in cases of emergencies.

Highlighting SEWA's efforts to strengthen the delivery of water, and distribution networks in all regions of Sharjah, Dr Rashid Al Leem said that the water networks extend for more than 3,500km in the emirate, and production reaches 110 million gallons per day.

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