Al Fileyah WWTP is a 40,000 CMD wastewater treatment plant owned by Ras Al Kaimah Wastewater Agency (RAKWA), which is one of four agencies that form the Public Service Department of the Government of Ras Al Khaimah. The Main Plant consists of two lines for the sludge production. One being activate sludge (Primary and Secondary) and the other digested sludge. For the activated sludge line, RAKWA required a permanent dewatering solution with minimum civil work due to limited space.…read more →
Ajman Sewerage (Private) Company Limited (ASPCL) wanted to upgrade their existing Wastewater Treatment Plant with Thermophilic Sludge Digestion Facilities to significantly reduce the sludge quantity transported off site while at the same time improve the sludge quality and use the biogas for electricity generation.…read more →
In Germany there are many sewage treatment plants, built in the 70s or 80s and now have to be overhauled and expanded due to their poor structural condition, increased population and outdated technology. Often there also is the fact that either required discharge values can no longer be adhered to, or pollution of the waste water has changed or the process no longer runs properly, which makes necessary a further treatment stage and chemical precipitation.…read more →
The Hamburg Water Group operates a large sewage treatment plant to treat the wastewater of the German metropolis in an environmentally friendly manner. In order to be prepared for the challenges of the future, there is a dedicated research department which also researches new technologies for the advanced cleaning of wastewater. For example, it is about microplastics and drug residues, which can be eliminated in the future using advanced processes. For this research, a MENA-Water MBR compact system now hasbeen installed on the company premises.…read more →
World Water Day 2020
The World Water Day on March 22 is this year under the motto “Water and Climate Change”.
At the 66th United Nations General Assembly (UN) in December 2016, the UN Water Decade was proclaimed from March 22, 2018 to March 2028. Since then there has been an annual focus, this time on climate change, the impact it has on water management and, of course, the contribution that water technology can make.
IFAT is postponed — new date September 7-11, 2020.
More Information on IFAT-website.
After big success of last seminars in summer in UAE, the next of the MENA-Water seminars were hold in several countries. Now the focus was on Africa and Saudi Arabia. Especially in Africa the water sector is growing and the demand for advanced solutions in water treatment to solve the environmental problems and to improve the infrastructure. There are expanding markets so as in Algeria and Ethiopia. Now the next seminars were held several in Algier, Algeria and Addis Abbeba, Ethiopia. Parallel to these also in Riad, Saudi Arabia.…read more →
References and Company Information
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Khartoum as the capital of Sudan is a growing metropole town located at the junction of the rivers Blue and White Nile, surrounded by Sahara desert. The growing demand for accomodations generates new housing projects situated at the peripherie areas with need for additional infrastructure. The existent sewer network only is applied in the city center, is overloaded, outdated and only transports sewage outside to open lagoons. Most sewage at housing areas therefore nowadays is transported by tanker …read more →
The Algerian part of the Sahara desert is a very dry place of sand desert. But this area has oil resources to explore and therefore camps for workers which are fare from infrastructure but with need of water. MENA WATER FZC got the contract to build up a sewage treatment plant of 300 m³/day for treating the municipal sewage from residences for up to 2500 people. Basis is the established modular package plant with MBR technology which provides water ready for irrigation. …read more →
At 26.6.2019, MENA-Water organized a technical seminar on the topic of innovative waste water technology in Dubai. The event took place at the Radisson Blu Hotel Dubai Deira Creek. Invited were representatives of the communal sector and the Dubai Municipality. The experts of Huber and MENA-Water presented the company program, which included mechanical wastewater treatment, sludge treatment and the entire spectrum of compact package systems. …read more →
MBR wastewater treatment plant cleans the waste water at the Sharjah headquarters
As a water company that designs, builds and operates wastewater treatment plants, MENA-Water feels committed to the environment and recycles all wastewater at the Sharjah production site. It uses the smallest compact system of the MBR series, a MW-MR10-U, which biologically cleans up to 10 m³/day wastewater and filters it with ultrafiltration. …read more →
RoDisc® Package Solutions
for removal of micropollutants
The HUBER Disc Filter RoDisc® is a gravity-flow filtration system. The wastewater to be treated flows into the horizontal shaft and from there through openings into the filter discs which the water passes from inside to outside. The filter discs remain in rest position at first during the filtration process. The solids are retained on the inner disc surfaces, which leads to gradual blinding of the mesh, resulting in an in creasing pressure differential. …read more →
IE expo China 2019 (15-17 April 2019)
MENA WATER FZC participating at IE expo China 2019, which will take place from April 15 to 17, 2019 at Shanghai New International Expo Centre.
We are glad to invite you to meet us at our Booth W2-K6.
Rehabilitation & Upgrade of Potable Water Treatment Plant.
The town Adama is capital of the Ethiopian region of Oromia. Located inside the Rift Valley, the town is growing fast due to location at the railway and motorway connecting Addis Ababa with the harbour Djibouti. Drinking water for half million inhabitants is taken from the 15 km away river Awash, by treatment plant and pumped to the town. Now the plant needed upgrade to match the expanding population. …read more →
DECENTRAL SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS – ADSSC – Al Ain
(AL HAYER, AL QUOA & WADI AL FLAIE)
Abu Dhabi Sewerage Service Company ADSSC builds & operates several treatment plants for municipal sewage in the town area of Al Ain, the largest inland city of the UAE, known as the “Garden City of the Gulf” due to its greenery in middle of the desert. The town is growing fast and the sewage treatment were in need of upgrades as well as considerations of water reuse for irrigation. …read more →
Sharjah Municipality Environmental Protection Program
eco vehicle wash
The town Sharjah is one of the metropole cities of the United Arab Emirates. To fulfill all the municipal tasks around the town the Sharjah Municipality operates an immeasurable vehicle fleet of different specifications which needs to be main¬tained and to be washed after heavy work. …read more →
Sludge Dewatering with Mobile Screw Press at Al Feliyah STP
The HUBER Technology Screw presses for sludge dewatering have become well-proven alternative for decanters or/and belt filter presses.
Mobile Package Plant, Plug & Play
The Huber screw press along with its accessories was containerized to become an easy to transport and setup unit for trial and demonstration runs. On site installation is fast and simple with only nominal utility connections required to run the press. …read more →
The oil and gas fracking is a widely used process which also is creating some by-products in waste water to be stored and cleaned. This needs treatment of bottom sediment and water dewatered from crude oil tanks, accumulating in evaporation ponds. This excess water shows high salinity and needs reduction on the BOD values and others to comply with the marine discharge limits.
To treat this special water with capacity of 250 m³/d, a dedicated treatment plant including several specific treatment steps is necessary.
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We are glad to invite you to participate at the 20th Water, Energy, Technology & Environment Exhibition (WETEX 2018) …read more →
Fracking water generated during production of crude oil is highly contaminated with heavy metals, toxins and hydrocarbons. Therefore this water is difficult to treat and stored in big lagoons causing environmental problems. MENA-Water took the challenge and developed a process involving multiple treatment steps eliminating the pollutants to the permissible discharge into marine water. …read more →
of existing Water Plants
we renew all water plants up to double capacity
on same footprint
Infrastructure is the backbone of every civilization and among this the drinking water and waste water is an essential topic.
Many towns are fast growing and the water plants previously situated at the town borders will be found now in a dense populated area. After a long time of operation neither the quality nor the quantity of the treatment can be achieved any more. Respond to this growing demand is limited due to the lack of site space. But the networks are designed with this plant locations and building new plants at the town extensions needs a new network architecture and new infrastructure. This task will be costly and time consuming. MENA-Water is supporting its clients to find advanced solutions by upgrading and rehabilitating of existing, outdated plants.
We offer concepts for all existing treatment plants
- Drinking Water Plants
- Municipal Sewage Plants
- Industrial Eﬄuent Plants
Operation & Control Improvement
An important aspect is the improvement of operation and plant control. We implement online monitoring systems based on SCADA to support the operation staﬀ with process data and visible plant control.
- Renovating civil structure
- Modernize technology
- Improve eﬄuent quality
- Reduce operation and maintenance costs
- Remote monitoring
Please find samples for projects
Ultra-fine screens for new applications.
Cost-effective sludge dewatering for independence in sludge disposal
The Q-PRESS® is a screw press with a conical screw shaft and cylindrical sieves consisting of three treatment zones: inlet and drive zone, three-part thickening and dewatering zone, and press zone with pneumatic counter-pressure cone.
In the first part of the thickening and dewatering zone the supernatant is quickly removed by the feed pump via a large free filter surface at a low primary pressure. …read more →
dairy products so as pasteurized milk, butter, milk powder, yogurt, cheese, and ice cream, etc are produced in special processes under high consumption of water. Additionally there could be stables for cows or other milk producing animals, creating specific waste water. The result is a mixture of different loaded streams and mostly cannot be discharged directly to municipal sewer networks. …read more →
The meat processing industry includes slaughter houses for animals and fowl and also the processing and packing of meat products.
A wide range of different processes is used in this meat processing industry, generating solid and liquid wastes from the production processes. Wastewater will be highly loaded with feathers and hairs and blood causing very high COD, BOD5, grease and solids loads. This waste water is not suitable to be discharged directly to municipal sewer network as it is exceeding the discharge limit. …read more →
MENA-Water thanks all guests for their visit at our booth at the IFAT Environmental Fair in Munich. MENA-Water will again be represented with a booth at next IFAT. We look forward to seeing you at our booth again. …read more →
Pars Tyur Asia Chicken Slaughterhouse & Processing Factory
Savana Production Group produces broiler chicken which are processed by their slaughter plant with segmentation, processing, packaging, and freezing in completely automatic line processing 6000-8000 birds per hour. Target of the company is chicken meat production at the highest level with responsibility for public health and environment.
SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT – S.K.M AIR CONDITIONING L.L.C – SHARJAH, UAE
Waste Water from Factory with Labour Accomodation
S.K.M Air Conditioning LLC is one of the leading manufacturers of HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) equipment in the Gulf area. Located at Industrial Area Sharjah, SKM operates out of a modern state of the art 43,000 m² factory. The waste water coming from factory staff and accommodations so far had to be discharged by tanker cars …read more →
AT THE FOREFRONT OF SUSTAINABILITY
23-25 October 2017 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC)
MENA-Water thanks all visitors, wishes best success and hopes to meet you again on WETEX or at our booth on IFAT Munich in May 2018. …read more →