27/05/2018 08:59 AST

The Salalah Wastewater Services Company on Thursday signed three wastewater service agreements worth some OMR17 million. The agreements were signed by Advisor Abdullah bin Aqeel Al Ibrahim, Acting Dhofar Deputy Governor and Chairman of Salalah Wastewater Services Company, and the contractors.

The first agreement, worth OMR2.9 million, is related to expanding the sanitary drainage network to cover different parts of Salalah city.

The second agreement, worth OMR1.1 million, is related to replacing the maintenance of the inspection room at the sanitary drainage network.

The third agreement, worth OMR12.9 million, is related to the operation and maintenance of the sanitary drainage and treated water network in Salalah city.

On the other hand, Salalah Wastewater Services Company has applied the e-tendering system in cooperation with the Information Technology Authority. It also introduced the Geographic Information System (GIS) system to manage geographic data for the sanitary drainage network.

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