Metito awarded Jubail-II SWRO desalination plant project in Saudi Arabia

The Saline Water Conversion Corporation will commission this cutting-edge SWRO project worth $132mln

  
A general view of the Saline Water Conversion Corporation is pictured in this undated handout photo, in Jubail, Saudi Arabia. Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC)/Handout via REUTERS Image used for illustrative purpose.

A general view of the Saline Water Conversion Corporation is pictured in this undated handout photo, in Jubail, Saudi Arabia. Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC)/Handout via REUTERS Image used for illustrative purpose.

Riyadh - Metito has been awarded the project for the design, engineering and procurement of the new 400,000m3/day Jubail II seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) plant by SEPCO Electric Power Construction Corporation (SEPCO III).

The Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) will commission this cutting-edge SWRO project worth $132 million or SAR 495 million, according to a press release on Wednesday.

The Jubail II SWRO plant is a 24-month project and a commissioning date set for February 2022. The plant will serve Jubail city in the Eastern province of Saudi Arabia, which homes the world’s largest industrial city.

Deputy Governor for Technical Affairs & Projects, SWCC, Sharekh Ibrahim Al-Sharekh, said, “Through leading such strategic projects, SWCC plays a vital role in localising the desalination industry through integration with national entities, companies, and institutions to achieve common goals and ensuring world-class projects and operations.”

Metito Managing Director, Fady Juez, remarked, “The Jubail II is a prestigious and challenging project serving a strategic community of local and international significance […] The project will be a milestone for Metito being the first SWRO plant of this capacity to be engineered by the company in the MENA region.”

Metito, a global leader and provider of choice for total intelligent water management and alternative energy solutions, was awarded the project after competing with other international and regional companies for the tender.

Source: Mubasher

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