Oman's Haya Water starts operation of new STP project

The company started the operation of the sewage treatment plant at Misfat Al Abryeen

Sewage Treatment Plant

Sewage Treatment Plant


MUSCAT: As part of its strategic plan, Haya Water continues providing its services across the Sultanate except for Dhofar Governorate, the company recently started the actual operation of the sewage treatment plant at Misfat Al Abryeen in the Wilayat of Al Hamra with a capacity of 200 m3 per day.

Saud bin Nasser al Shidhani, Senior Area Manager for Regional Governorates stated that this project comes as a result of the company efforts to provide waste water services around at the various governorates.

He added that the company, by establishing these projects aims to protect the health and preserve the environment from pollution caused by the traditional sewage tanks.

The project design is executed according to the waste water international specifications and standards to enable the company benefit from the treatment water which is produced according to the Omani specifications category (A) under the Ministry of Environment and climate Affairs, Al Shaidani added.

The treated water can be used for expanding the afforestation in the wilayat.

Its worth mentioning that Haya Water pays attention towards answering its customers queries through its Call Center number: 80077111 or through visiting the Company Customer Service Desk which is located at Bait Haya and opens from 7 am till 2.30 pm from Sunday to Thursday every week.

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