The principal offtaker for water and wastewater projects in the kingdom, Saudi Water Partnership Company (SWPC), has announced it has issued a Request for Qualification (RFQ) for Jazan Small Sewage Treatment Plants (SSTPs) to interested parties.
The deadline for submissions was not specified in the statement posted on the SWPC website.
The Jazan SSTPs project comprises the development of 20 SSTPs of varying capacities. They will have a combined capacity of 104,500 m3/day, together with interrelated collection networks of more or less 1,500 km. Lengths will range from 7 km to 415 km.
The project comprises the development of 20 SSTPs of varying capacities based on the Build, Own, Operate and Transfer model
KPMG Al Fozan & Partners is the lead and financial adviser for TSWPC. Technical advice is provided by Jacobs Engineering Group (CH2M Saudi), while Amer Al Amr Law Firm provides legal advice.
They will have a combined capacity of 104,500 m3/day
According to the EOI notice, the SSTP programme aims to commission a large number of small-sale sewage treatment plants, as well as sewage conveyance infrastructure or collection networks, across all of the kingdom’s 13 regions using the PPP route.