Jordan’s projects of water networks in Jerash to be completed

10 Jun 2017

(MENAFN) Jordanian officials said that the weakened water networks in Jerash governorate will be replaced before the end of this year in a bid to address the increasing pressure and reduce water loss.

Planned projects in two areas of Jerash, located 48 kilometres north of Amman, and now are under way after the Ministry of Water and Irrigation signed the projects” agreement with local contractors.

Minister of Water and Irrigation Hazem Nasser said the ministry is currently implementing similar projects in the northern governorates to address the rising demand for water.

Nasser said: “This project targets two areas in Jerash, with the aim of improving water supply there. Such projects are part of the ministry”s plan to address the mounting pressure on the networks in the north in light of the influx of Syrian refugees.”



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