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The Saline Water Conversion Corporation completed the construction of the new Umluj desalination plant

The Saline Water Conversion Corporation complete the construction and trial operation of the new Umluj desalination plant reverse osmosis (RO) project, with a production capacity of 25,500 cubic meters per day, and this station comes in response to the growing demand for water in the Amlaj governorate and the surrounding villages.

The “desalination” had anticipated the contractual period of the project by about 3 months from the planned date, confirming its continuous efforts to keep pace with the pace of needs and meeting them with the required speed and quality. Around the clock to overcome all obstacles and challenges to the progress of the business, foremost of which is the new Coronavirus pandemic (COVID 19), and its effects that led to the inability of the engineering and technical teams of equipment manufacturers to come to the Kingdom, which called “Al-Tahlia” and the project contractor to seek the help of engineering cadres The technical and technical expertise that the institution possesses and the national or locally existing technical expertise, to complete all work, and to carry out the tasks of supervising the protocol and the complex technical procedure for operation, with an emphasis on full commitment to precautionary measures during implementation work, to combat the arrival of Coronavirus infection to work for teams, and to ensure the application of the highest security standards Health and safety.
It is noteworthy that the Umluj plant project represents the second station that is operated, thank God, with success after the desalination plant. With the reverse osmosis technology, which will contribute to reducing operational costs by 75% over the costs of previous technologies, and increasing production quantities by 250% over the previous production.


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