Sharjah's strategic water pipeline extension project by SEWA is now complete

The extension project of a vital major pipeline with a diameter of 800 mm, intended to convey water from Al Zubair Station to Al Shanouf Suburb, has been completed by Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority (SEWA).

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Beginning in mid-July 2022, this large project used ecologically friendly materials to ensure water quality while effectively meeting the region's rising need for freshwater. The new pipeline will increase the effectiveness of the current network by supplying residents of Mahdub, Hadibah, and the new parts of Al Shanouf Suburb with a steady supply of clean, fresh water.

According to H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the project complies with his orders to offer basic services to newly created regions in accordance with the highest standards, according to Faisal Al Sarkal, Director of the Water Department at SEWA.

Al Sarkal emphasised the accomplishment of the pipeline's strategic water transportation project's many stages, including excavation, pipe installation, control valve chambers, protection, and upkeep of neighbouring roads.

In accordance with the most recent international standards controlling freshwater distribution and transportation systems, the implementation used carbon steel pipes coated with a secure and hygienic epoxy. The pipeline has passed rigorous water pressure tests, indicating that it is ready for operation.

The project has a diameter of 800mm and a length of more than 6 kilometres. Its entire cost is roughly AED15.5 million.

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