JEDDAH —The National Water Company (NWC) announced the completion of the wastewater network in Al-Huda (Al-Tahlawi) district of Jeddah.
The project, including wastewater networks and domestic connections, in Jeddah governorate cost more than SR72,000,000.
Muhammad bin Saleh Al-Ghamedi, the head of NWC›s Western Sector, said the company was carrying out work in an accelerated pace to execute its projects to enhance water and environmental services provided to citizens in the governorate, and to realize the aspirations of the government.
«Services are currently flowing to our customers in the district. The project was completed five months ahead of the schedule,» he added.
The project included sub-pipelines, domestic connections and wastewater networks. It will alleviate the sufferings of residents who are affected by high surface water levels.
The project included the execution of 27 km main and sub-networks connected to 1,500 properties, serving more than 25,000 people, elaborated Al-Ghamdi.