Iraq awards $28m contract to Metito

01 Nov 2010

(MENAFN) UAE-based Metito has signed a contract worth $28.3 million with Al Mustakbal Al Saeed (MSGC) for increasing its provision of potable water across Iraq, according to a press statement.

MSGC said the contract is for design and construction of Hindiyah Water treatment plant located just east of the city of Karbala. The project aims to supply potable water to several locations in the city that currently suffer from a lack of clean water.

A leading provider of intelligent water management and solutions, Metito said this was yet another of its projects aimed at responding to the urgent and rising need of the Iraqi people for clean drinking water.

Prior to this most recent project, Metito has signed contracts in Iraq with MSGC Al Khayrat water treatment project � a 96,000 cubic meters per day capacity plant costing 61 billion Iraqi Dinars, which delivers potable water to the Al Khayrat and Jadwal Gharbi areas.

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