Water Microfiltration Units in Hatta, Dubai, in Good Progress

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The Water microfiltration units in Hatta is still on track, ongoing progressively. The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) revealed the project has reached 57% completion.

The project features units that will sterilize and refine the water of the Hatta damn. The units are said to have the capacity to process well about 3 million imperial gallons (MIGD) in a day.However, the water will only be in use during emergencies. An example of an emergency would be in the case of faults in water transmission.

The Water microfiltration units in Hatta to be fully automated

Developed at a total cost of $5.17 million, the Water microfiltration units in Hatta are fully automated. Thus, the units will be able to provide safe and sustainable solutions with high efficiency.

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Additionally, the units will make use of the latest and innovative global technologies. Furthermore, sustainable equipment with low carbon emissions will be in use for operations.

The project for the construction of the water microfiltration units is in alignment with the Comprehensive Development Plan for Hatta. The plan aims to offer citizens and visitors the highest level of services. 

DEWA  CEO comments on the project

The CEO and MD of DEWA expressed satisfaction with the project’s progress. Saeed Mohammed AL Tayer stated that they aim to provide state-of-the-art services. This includes integrated infrastructure for water and electricity.

Saeed Mohammed also added that they aim to output along the highest standards of quality, availability, reliability as well as efficiency. Saeed Mohammed added that the Dubai Integrated Water Resource Management Strategy 2030 focuses on enhancing water resources.