(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) The dubai electricity and water authority or dewa recorded significant progress in the launch of a new water transmission line at a total length of 67 kilometres covering several areas of dubai including dubai-al ain road dubai bypass road doha street and the camel racetrack.
building on the framework of its strategic plan to increase the efficiency and reliability of water systems the new water pipeline will enable the dewa to meet the growing demand and increased water flow volumes in the various areas in dubai.
“the dewa is moving forward in the implementation of development projects particularly in infrastructure as part of its vision to become a sustainable world-class utility and to meet the expectations of customers to the highest standards of availability reliability efficiency and safety” said saeed mohammed al tayer managing director and chief executive officer of the dewa.
“to date the dewa has completed the extension of 40 kilometres of water pipes for the project which accounts for 60 per cent of the total” added al tayer.
“the project includes water pipes with diametres of 600 900 and 1200mm. estimated at a total cost about dh360 million the project will increase the water flow so that the pipeline will meet increased demand for water in areas such as dubailand al khawaneej the camel racetrack and mirdif” added al tayer.
“the implementation of the project will be in accordance with the outlined programme and is expected to be completed before the end of the year.”