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SEWA completes extension of water network at Al Mawreda 3

Sharjah24: The Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority (SEWA) has revealed the completion of the implementation of the fresh water network in the entire Al Murada 3 district of Al Siyouh, with a total amount of AED 7,583,337 including the value of works and materials, and the length of the network exceeded 23.8 km with diameters between 100 mm and 300 mm. Implementation of compliance with the latest international standards, which preserves the environment. The services have been delivered 100% to all customers who have made the delivery according to the rules of the authority.
Engineer Faisal Al Sarkal, director of the water department at the Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority, explained that the authority continues its efforts to improve and strengthen the transmission networks and water distribution in all parts of the Emirate of Sharjah, noting that the new water network projects are part of the authority’s plans and projects aimed at ensuring water supply to the emirate of Sharjah and to achieve comprehensive development in all sectors.

He pointed out that the authority is working on the preparation of a strategic plan to ensure the development of all sectors of its work, relying on the latest technologies and on specialized national cadres, in conjunction with the enormous boom economic, industrial and civilizational in the emirate of Sharjah.

He added that works are currently underway on 15 water management projects, including new distribution networks like at Al Mawradah 3 and 4, including major transmission lines such as the line (Al-Rahmaniya – Al-Azra), and among them the replacement of old networks. with new ones such as (Al-Ghafia – Al-Sabkha – Al-Qadisiyah – Al-Yarmouk – Semnan).

He pointed out that the authority follows the latest technical specifications in the use of the pipes for the water network, which are made of GRE, a glass fiber reinforced material, complying with the latest international specifications and sanitary conditions used in the pipes. fresh water transport.