Haya Water Company SAOC

Also known as: Haya Last updated on: 23 October 2018

Oman's Royal Decree restructures water & wastewater sectors

Article 1 states that the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Water Resources will propose policies, strategies and plans on the water and wastewater (sewerage) sector and submit the proposals to the Council of Ministers for approval

Muscat Daily - 09-Dec-2020

Haya to spend more to keep up with Muscat's growth

Muscat's rapid population growth at the rate of 18 per cent in the last three years is posing a serious challenge to achieving its goal of 80 per cent connectivity by 2020. The Master Plan for Muscat had not foreseen this pace of growth Muscat has achieved. Till 2010 Muscat had witnessed a growth rate of only three per cent annually, said Said Rashid al Asmi, General Manager for Projects, Haya

Oman Daily Observer - 27-Sep-2015

Announcement for the 2nd Annual Drainage Rehabilitation & Wastewater Management Conference

His Excellency Eng. Mohsin Mohamed Al-Shaikh, Honourable Chairman of Muscat Municipality will be inaugurating the 2nd edition of the Drainage Rehabilitation & Wastewater Management conference on 7th September 2015 at the InterContinental Muscat. Established as Oman's largest gathering of drainage, wastewater and flood control specialists the conference is officially endorsed and supported by

Press Release - 02-Sep-2015

Haya Water signs two pacts valued at RO 26 million

Chairman of Muscat Municipality and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Oman Wastewater Company (Haya Water) signed two separate agreements awarding the works of construction of a modern sewage network in Madinat Sultan Qaboos (MSQ).

Oman Daily Observer - 15-Jun-2015

The Wave signs agreement for management of green waste

The Wave, Muscat has signed a MoU with Oman Waste Water Services Company, Haya Water, for the management of green waste generated by the Integrated Tourism Complex's (ITC) burgeoning community.

Times of Oman - 03-Jun-2015

The Wave, Muscat and Haya Water sign eco-friendly MoU for green waste recycling

Muscat, June 2nd 2015: Demonstrating its ongoing commitment to protecting and preserving the environment, The Wave, Muscat has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Oman Waste Water Services Company, Haya Water, for the management of green waste generated by the Integrated Tourism Complex's (ITC) burgeoning community.

Press Release - 02-Jun-2015

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