DEWA establishes water network in Dubai
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) will establish a 17.3 million Emirati dirham water network in Dubai. To be completed by next year, the 185 kilometer pipeline will carry water to densely populated areas, reported WAM.
Two weeks ago, Saint-Gobain Pam, the flagship company of France’s Saint-Gobain's Pipe Division, signed a contract to supply Japan's Marubeni Corporation with equipment to build a drinking-water pipeline for the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authorities (ADWEA). The pipeline will link the Shuweihat desalination plant with Abu Dhabi. — (menareport.com)
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