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Umm Al-Hayman Sewage Treatment Plant Project - Phase 1
The project's scope of work consist of a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) with an overall capacity of 700,000 cubic meters per day located at Umm Al Hayman (UAH), south of Kuwait City, Kuwait. The new facility will treat raw sewage that will be diverted from the Riqqa plant that has a capacity of 180,000 cm/d, which is to be de-commissioned. The project also involves a construction of 68 ground reservoirs & 300 sewage rising mains to convey raw waste water from the Riqqa and Umm Al Hayman service areas to the wastewater treatment plant. The project also includes areas such as Al-Raqqa, Mubarak Al-Kabeer Umm Al-Hayman (Ali Sabah Al-Salem current) and the new Sabah Al-Ahmad District. With 245.9 hectares, or 2,450 square kilometres. The scheme will be implemented in two phases. The facility will have an initial capacity of 500,000 cm/d, while the second phase will add a further 200,000 cm/d capacity. The project also includes upgrading and extending the Egaila pumping station, the refurbishment of the Umm al-Hayman City pumping station, the construction of the Sabah al-Ahmed pumping station, sewer transmission lines and treated sewage effluent (TSE) transfer and distribution systems. The project will be built in two phases: Phase 1 with a capacity of 500,000 cubic meter per day (cmd). Phase 2 with a capacity of 200,000 cubic meter per day (cmd).