Egypt executing 11 drinking water, sewage stations in Ismailia – minister

Egypt is on track to carry out 11 drinking water and sewage stations in Ismailia governorate, at a cost of 823 million Egyptian pounds ($50.9 million), Minister of Housing announced on Thursday.

The stations – which aim to serve around half a million population – will be completed within September 2020, Assem El-Gazzar added.

The Housing Ministry is implementing a drinking water station in Mostakbal City, New Cairo, at a capacity of 68,000 cubic metres daily, El-Gazzar said.