Qatar to expand water distribution networks

Published June 14th, 2004 - 02:00 GMT

Qatar's Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) has set ambitious plans to expand water distribution networks covering most of the areas in the emirate that would benefit a total of 5,737 customers in the next two years. 

 

According to a report in the recent issue of Kahramaa’s in-house magazine, at the completion of the water distribution projects customers will get benefit from the network in Doha, including Wakra, Merikh, Duhail South, Waab, Soudan, Abu Hamour, Khilfiat and Ain Khalid.  

 

The total length of water distribution networks in Qatar at present stands at 33,300km, supplying water to 90 per cent of the customers, while new water distribution networks are under construction in nine areas with a total length of 311.7 km.  

 

A distribution network having a total length of 45km will be replaced with new ones in ten areas. (menareport.com)

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