To complement the development projects that Giza Governorate is witnessing in the drinking water and sewage sectors, Major General Ahmed Rashid, the Governor of Giza, launched the trial operation of the sewage lifting station in the village of Sheikh Atman in the city of Hawamdiya, as part of the governorate’s plan to deliver sewage services to the various villages in the governorate.
In his speech, the Governor of Giza explained that the project’s capacity is up to 17,000 m3/day, in order to serve the residents of Sheikh Atman village, at a total cost of the project about 12 million pounds, supported by a 2-kilo-long parcel line to expel waste water on the Hawamdia treatment plant.
During his inspection tour of the station, His Excellency was accompanied by the head of the water company, the deputy governor, a group of deputies to the People’s Assembly, and Eng. Moheb Munir Salem, CEO of the company. The governor was keen to inspect the various stages of work inside the station.