Haya Water to Acquire Entire Wastewater projects and assets of Oman

Posted on 12th June 2014

The Oman Council of Ministers today approved transfer and assignment of all waste-water assets and projects in Oman to Haya Water, to enable it to manage all 63 waste-water stations in governorates across the Sultanate including, 1000 kilometers of networks, according to a statement by Haya Water. The company is working to prepare a comprehensive plan to implement government regulations in this regard. Eng. Hussein bin Hassan Abdul Hussein, CEO, Haya Water said in a statement that the company will receive all waste-water assets and projects in Oman from the Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources after signing an agreement at the end of this month. He noted that visits were conducted to waste-water stations and projects to closely assess needs and develop future plans for management.

Eng.Hussein reviewed the latest developments with regards to waste-water projects it has implemented in the Muscat governorate, future government plans and vision on exploiting waste-water. He also said that Omanisation at Haya Water has reached 82 per cent and the company plans to raise this percentage to 90 by 2017. He added that the company seeks to achieve the objectives of the water reuse project in accordance with the schedule, taking into account the construction boom and rapid population growth in Muscat and also covering the rest of the Sultanate’s governorates as per the approved master plan.

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He said that according to the plan, Haya Water strives to provide waste-water services to 80 per cent of wilayats in Muscat by 2020. Eng. Juma al Lawati, acting director general of asset management presented the master plan of the company and Eng. Mahmoud Abou al Saud, director general of operations and maintenance gave a presentation on the functions of his directorate general.

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