|06 December, 2019

Egypt’s NOMP, IDWT to establish new water treatment firm

A company specialised in desalinating and treating water will be established

Image used for illustrative purpose. Technicians walk past the new station for treatment of residual waters by injection of CO2 at the Alteo calcined alumina production plant in Gardanne, near Marseille, France, March 22, 2019.

Image used for illustrative purpose. Technicians walk past the new station for treatment of residual waters by injection of CO2 at the Alteo calcined alumina production plant in Gardanne, near Marseille, France, March 22, 2019.

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Cairo –  Egypt’s National Organization for Military Production (NOMP) and the military production ministry’s Armoured Vehicles Factory signed an agreement with IDWT to establish a company specialised in desalinating and treating water.

The new company, named “Egyptian Company for Desalination and Water Treatment Plant Manufacturing,” will produce desalination equipment for stations, including water pumps and chemicals in a bid to gradually replace imported components.

In addition, the new company will boost the local manufacturers’ contribution to the national projects, while expanding their business into new water treatment markets, especially in Africa and the Middle East.

The agreement came in the framework of the cooperation between the private sector, ministries and state agencies to contribute to national development and services projects.

Source: Mubasher

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