MHUUD – Alexandria West Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade – Egypt - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Development (MHUUD) is planning to undertake the Alexandria West Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade project in Egypt.
The project involves the upgrade of the plant from primary to secondary treatment and the expansion of the capacity from 460,000m3 to 680,000m3 per day.
The project will include the construction of a waste recycling unit, a condenser unit, pumping stations, chlorination tanks, storage facilities and other related facilities; the installation of screeners.
The project is planned to be implemented through Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) under design, construct, finance, operate and maintain (DBFOM) contract basis. At the end of the period of operation, the plant is to be transferred back to the Government of Egypt (GoE).
EnviroConsult has been appointed as the consultant for the project.
In September 2011, Dewa Water and Energy was appointed to upgrade the Sludge Dewatering facilities of the plant.
In 2012, the project was placed on hold due to financial and land acquisition issues.
As of October 2016, feasibility study works are set to start on the project.
In January 2017, Agence Française de Développement (AFD) has shown interest to fund Us$53 million for the project.
The project involves the upgrade of the plant from primary to secondary treatment and the expansion of the capacity from 460,000m3 to 680,000m3 per day in Egypt.
The US$120 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of waste recycling unit
2. Construction of condenser unit
3. Construction of pumping stations
4. Construction of chlorination tanks
5. Construction of storage facilities
6. Installation of screeners
7. Construction of other related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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