Diyar Al Muharraq completes second phase of sewer network

Diyar Al Muharraq has completed the second phase of a deep gravity sewer network, which will service the Mozoon residential project, Era Homes project, as well as the retail and marina promenade at Al Naseem.

According to a statement, the milestone achievement comes in line with Diyar Al Muharraq’s vision of creating a fully-integrated, futuristic master-planned city, which provides its residents and communities with the highest quality of infrastructure, facilities, and services. The step is also part of the firm’s commitment to completing all the necessary infrastructure for the future development of the Northern Islands within masterplan.

“At Diyar Al Muharraq, our vision is built upon a sustainable framework of environmental responsibility, and we are committed to developing a modern, smart, and environmentally friendly city while leaving a minimum trace of carbon footprint. We take pride in our continuous investments in the latest infrastructure advancements that are compatible with our environment sustainability goals, starting with the development of several phases of the sewage network, along with electricity and water networks throughout the City. The successful implementation of the second phase of the  deep gravity sewer network marks a vital step in the realm of sustainability, as the self-sufficient sewage network is designed to efficiently redistribute wastewater from the Southern Islands,” said Diyar Al Muharraq CEO Engineer Ahmed Ali Al Ammadi.

By enabling wastewater to be pumped into the treatment plant connected to the local sewage system, Diyar Al Muharraq’s sewage network seamlessly transfers wastewater directly to the ground storage tanks located at the entrance of the city. The system is completely autonomous, and self-functioning, effectively eliminating the need for transportation by tankers thereby lowering the city’s carbon footprint, he added.

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