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Wastewater Facilities in Al Junaid and North Jerash (Jordan)


Titre : Wastewater Facilities in Al Junaid and North Jerash (Jordan)

Supplementary Loan

Pays de réalisation : Jordanie

Date d’approbation : 02/09/2020

Bénéficiaire : Water Authority

The project aims at eliminating the environmental problems resulting from the use of septic tanks by inhabitants of the villages in the Al Junaid area in Ajloun governorate and a number of villages north of Jerash governorate, through the construction of the necessary wastewater facilities, with capacities to meet the population increase and the growing urbanization of these villages up to 2045. The project will contribute to the improvement of the health and environmental conditions of the inhabitants, and will allow for protection from pollution of the springs and groundwater, which are currently used to supply most areas of Ajloun governorate with drinking water. The project will also allow for the use of treated wastewater for restricted agriculture in the vicinity of the treatment plant.

The project, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2024, comprises the construction of main, secondary and branch pipelines, including manholes and household connections, as well as the construction of water pumping stations, and a plant to treat wastewater and allow its reuse for agriculture. The project also comprises the provision of the necessary technical services to prepare the studies, detailed designs and tender documents, and work supervision

Coût du projet : KD 20.0 million
Montant du prêt : KD 8.0 million
(*) 1 KD is equivalant to about = 3.3227 USD

Financement : The two Arab Fund loans, the first No. 674/2020 and the supplementary, cover about 100% of the total project cost. The Jordanian government will cover the remaining cost of the project and any additional project cost that may arise.

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