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Sharjah introduces a new desalination plant worth $120 million


Posted By Morris On 19 Jun 2014 in Environment and Sanitation

Sharjah introduces a new desalination plant worth $120 million
The operations have begun at a new 20 million gallons per day (MIGD) desalination plant at Al Hamriya by Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA). The facility costing around AED 446 million ($120 million) was launched by Dr Rashid Obaid Jumaa Al Leem, chairman of Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (Sewa) on Sunday. A project for construction of deep sea water intake and pump house to feed the new plant has also been completed, with the project value of AED 140 million. According to Al Leem – The new plant is one of the critical projects started by SEWA to fulfill the water requirements of the Hamriyah Free Zone Authority, Emirates Industrial City and inhabitants of Sharjah. The desalination plant comes under Hamriya power and water complex which has a capacity of 2,500 MW and 140 MIGD. Once the on-going projects are finished, Hamriya power station will become a key station of Sewa for power generation and water production.


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