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Abu Dhabi Executive Council approves plan to implement Phase 2 of wastewater treatment plants in the capital

posted on 20/06/2008: 852 views



General HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces yesterday presided over the weekly meeting of Abu Dhabi Executive Council.



The Council members discussed a number of topics on the agenda. The Council awarded a contract to construct a labour camp at Razeen area. They also approved a memorandum by the public projects committee on construction of a dual carriageway road between Bani Yas and Al Hulaila.



Also approved was a memorandum by the Abu Dhabi Water '&' Electricity Authority on the supply of 33/220/400 kV substation at the Industrial City - Abu Dhabi (ICAD) in Mussafah, as well as supply and commissioning of a 33 kV cable network in ICAD.



The Council okayed a plan to impalement phase 2 of wastewater treatment plants in Abu Dhabi. – Emirates News Agency, WAM

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