Water treatment plant installed in Iraqi village

Nov. 15, 2004
A water treatment plant has been installed for Iraq's Al Washash village at a total cost of $95,000. The project, which began in September, will provide water for the village, which has 100 homes and 300 people...

BAGHDAD, Iraq, Nov. 13, 2004 (www.iraqprocurement.com) -- A water treatment plant has been installed for Iraq's Al Washash village at a total cost of $95,000. The project, which began in September, will provide water for the village, which has 100 homes and 300 people.

Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 264th Engineer Group and Shujaa Company Contractors recently completed the construction of a Commander's Emergency Repair Programme project to install the plant.

Before the project was completed, the village had no running water and its people had to haul all of their water up from the Tigris River on donkey back.

IN OTHER NEWS:
Renovation work gets underway at Al Rashid water station
Clean water sewers almost complete in Basra

SOURCE: TradeArabia via www.iraqprocurement.com

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