Having determined the complete existing conditions, the energy management of the strategic studies, engaged in the country’s water and waste water industries, attempts to provide proper solutions, through a process: comprising of organizational planning, directing and supervising the solutions; all aimed at realizing the energy consumption optimization, without reducing its effective level, by means of, applying new technology, based on the economic criteria. This task includes:  Feasibility study  Performing the studies and preparing the water collection and transmission pipelines projects.  Design and engineering of water distribution systems  Designing reservoirs, pump stations and water desalination plants and the related buildings  Calculation of physical seepage, and detection of urban water systems seepage.  Strategic studies on collecting and transferring urban and industrial waste water, and surface water, as well as the affiliated water treatment plants.  Designing the maintenance and scheduled repairs systems, as well as, the telemetry and remote control systems.  Studying the solutions to use treated water industries,  Strategic studies dependent on water and waste water industry, and supervision on the construction of water and waste water projects.

Water & Sewage Installations
The strategic Energy Management of this section dealt with study of country's waters and sewage industries and after understanding the existing condition as a whole …

Having determined the complete existing conditions, the energy management of the strategic studies, engaged in the country’s water and waste water industries, attempts to provide proper solutions, through a process: comprising of organizational planning, directing and supervising the solutions; all aimed at realizing the energy consumption optimization, without reducing its effective level, by means of, applying new technology, based on the economic criteria.
This task includes:
 Feasibility study
 Performing the studies and preparing the water collection and transmission pipelines projects.
 Design and engineering of water distribution systems
 Designing reservoirs, pump stations and water desalination plants and the related buildings
 Calculation of physical seepage, and detection of urban water systems seepage.
 Strategic studies on collecting and transferring urban and industrial waste water, and surface water, as well as the affiliated water treatment plants.
 Designing the maintenance and scheduled repairs systems, as well as, the telemetry and remote control systems.
 Studying the solutions to use treated water industries,
 Strategic studies dependent on water and waste water industry, and supervision on the construction of water and waste water projects.

Water & Sewage Installations

The strategic Energy Management of this section dealt with study of country’s waters and sewage industries and after understanding the existing condition as a whole strives to provide strategies to attain optimal energy consumption level without reducing services demand, through presenting new technology and economic criteria, and proper guidelines comprising of a process including planning, organizing, guidance and supervision. The items comprising of this section activity are as follows:

  • Feasibility study
  • Performance of studies and preparation of designs dealing with collection system lines
  • Design and engineering of water distribution systems
  • Design of reservoirs, Pump stations and water treatment and desalination systems and their related buildings
  • Calculation of physical leakage and leakage tests of city water systems
  • Strategic study of collecting and transferring city, industrial waste waters and surface waters, as well as their related water treatment houses
  • Devising the scheduled maintenance and repair plans, and telemetry and remote control systems
  • Investigating for use of treated waste water
  • Strategic study dealing with water and sewage industry and supervision on performance of water and sewage projects
    Tunnel (Canals)

    Today tunnel is a prevailing and common structure based on its diverse uses in the internal structure of city areas, aimed at collecting surface waters, transfer of water and sewage, and interception of city installations.

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