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AUWSA – Arusha Water And Sewage Treatment Network Expansion – Arusha - Project Profile

AUWSA – Arusha Water And Sewage Treatment Network Expansion – Arusha - Project Profile

Synopsis

"AUWSA – Arusha Water And Sewage Treatment Network Expansion – Arusha - Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.

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Summary

The Ministry for Water and Irrigation, Tanzania through the Arusha Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority (AUWSA) is planning for expansion of the water and sewage network in Arusha, Tanzania.

The project includes the expansion of the water and sewage network and is divided into three components.

The Water Supply Component includes the construction of Malala and Olgilai River Intake, Machare Spring Intake, Lake Duliti Surface Intake including treatment plant, conventional water treatment plant at Midawe, Machare and Olgilai, a new water network, water storage tanks and water quality laboratory, the drilling of observation and productive boreholes (ground water development), and the laying of HT electric lines to various sites.

The Sanitation Component includes the construction of new waste stabilization ponds such as Anaerobic, Facultative, Maturation and Sludge, Sludge drying beds, new trunk mains, lateral lines and new sewer connections, and the rehabilitation of existing sewer network.

The Institutional Capacity Building Component includes the construction of main and zonal offices, attendants quarters for water and sewerage operations and workshop, and the installation of various equipment.

In August 2015, AUWSA invited expression of interest (EoI) to provide consultancy for engineering services for review and preparation of detailed design and tender documents, tendering and supervision of works, with submission deadline as September 18, 2015.

In 2016, AUWSA has appointed a undisclosed consulting engineer for the project, who will go through architectural designs and prepare tendering documents.

In May 2016, AUWSA secured a US$210 million loan from the African Development Bank.

Planning activities are underway.

Scope

The project includes the expansion of the water and sewage network in Arusha, Tanzania.

The US$235 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of Malala and Olgilai River Intake

2. Construction of Machare Spring Intake

3. Construction of Lake Duliti Surface Intake including treatment plant

4. Construction of conventional water treatment plant at Midawe, Machare and Olgilai

5. Construction of a new water network

6. Construction of water storage tanks

7. Construction of water quality laboratory

8. Construction of new waste stabilization ponds

9. Construction of sludge drying beds

10. Construction of new trunk mains

11. Construction of lateral lines and new sewer connections

12. Construction of main and zonal offices

13. Construction of attendants quarters

14. Installation of various equipment's

15. Rehabilitation of existing sewer network

16. Drilling of observation and productive boreholes

17. Laying of HT electric lines to various sites

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7.Latest update
8.Background
9.Key Contacts
10.General News, Project News
11.Appendix

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