Metito awarded 42 million euro wastewater treatment plant rehabilitation project in Jordan

SourceSaudi Gazette
SectorFinancial Markets
CountryJordan

AMMAN — The Jordan Ministry of Water and Irrigation has appointed Metito, a global provider of total intelligent water management and alternative energy solutions, to rehabilitate Central Irbid Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and Wadi Al-Arab WWTP following a competitive bid. The project worth 42 million euro will cut greenhouse emissions by approximately 6,600 metric tons annually and provide over 10 million cubic meters of treated effluent water per year, creating a more sustainable environment and a healthier community. According to the Jordanian government, the widening gap between demand and available water supply is fueled by climate change, as well as the decrease in dam storage and groundwater recharge.

Metito will leverage its expertise to construct, operate, and manage the major rehabilitation project. The project will contribute towards mitigating climate change in the wastewater sector and improve environmental circumstances in the plant area, supporting Jordan’s Vision 2025’s goal of achieving water security in the Kingdom. The agreement was signed in...read more...