Egypt’s Housing executing 8 water, sewage stations in Marsa Matrouh
Egypt’s Housing Ministry says it is carrying out eight drinking water and sewage stations in Marsa Matrouh governorate, 524km (325.6 miles) west of Cairo, at a cost worth about 2.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($139.4 million).
These stations are set to be operated soon, said Housing Minister Moustafa Madbouly on Wednesday.
“There are three drinking water stations projects that are being executed in the governorate, at a capacity of 56,000 cubic metres per day and at a cost of 1.116 billion and €6 billion,” Madouly further added.
As for the sewage stations, the Egyptian minister said that his ministry is also implementing five projects, at a cost of 80,000 cubic metres daily and a cost of 1.278 billion.