A trial has been initiated by the Oman Water and Wastewater Services company on the $388mn water pipeline project that links the Sohar desalination plant with A’Dhahirah.
The water pipeline was constructed in parallel with the current water pipeline between Sohar and the Governorate of Al Buraimi, which will contribute to providing future water needs.
Ibrahim Hamad Al Hasani, senior manager of the project said that the water pipeline is 230km long. He noted that 15 water tanks were also built, each with a capacity of 451,000cu/m, in the wilayats of Sohar, Ibri and Dhank.
Four pumping stations were also set up, with a total pumping capacity of 144,000cu/m per day, according to a report by the Oman News Agency (ONA).
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