Saudi Arabia

Wadi Al Asla

a Wastewater drainage System, an Irrigation system and a Potable Water System are required for success completion of the project

The Wadi Al Asla mega project is comprised of a Wastewater drainage System, an Irrigation system and a Potable Water System to cater for a proposed residential/ commercial/ educational/leisure development in Saudi Arabia with a projected population of 155,000. The project is being developed by Jeddah Development and Urban Regeneration Company (JDURC) on a vast underdeveloped area.

ByrneLooby completed the preliminary report on this project in 2012 and are currently doing third party reviews for water, wastewater and TSE.

Scope of Project

  • Existing sewage treatment plant (capacity 60,000m3/day) being upgraded to provide high quality effluent to be used for irrigation and open water bodies.
  • New wastewater collection system comprising 175km of gravity sewers and 27km of rising mains ranging in size from 200mm to 1500mm diameter, 26 no. regional pumping stations and 1 no. terminal pumping station with a capacity of up to 1.5m3/s.
  • New treated sewage effluent irrigation system comprising 143,000m3 of storage at 4 reservoir locations, 184km of pipeline ranging from 150mm to 1200mm diameter and seven pumping stations with a capacity of up to 1.35m3/s.
  • New potable water distribution system comprising 151,000m3 of storage at 5 reservoir locations, 176km of pipeline ranging from 250mm to 1000mm diameter and seven pumping stations with a capacity of up to 1.32m3/s.

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