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Kuwait’s Ministry of Public Works has retendered the contract for the construction and operation and maintenance of the South Al-Mutla wastewater treatment plant (WWTP)
The project is planned to involve the construction of a WWTP with a treatment capacity of 400,000 cubic metres a day (cm/d), which can be expanded in the future to 600,000 cm/d
Under the first phase of the tender, contractors have until 28 December to submit technical proposals for the project. The Public Works Ministry will set a date for commercial proposals at a later date.
The Public Works Ministry first tendered the contract for the South Al-Mutla plant in August 2020 and received bids from four firms for the project.
The WWTP is planned to cover a total area of 1,101,000 square metres. The plant will be designed to treat the municipal wastewater received from main gravity line 2400mm diameter of catchment area of Al-Mutla housing project.
The project is expected to take 42 months complete, with the initial operation and maintenance contract expected to be for the first 24 months of operation.