The workshop was organized by the International Water management Institute (IWMI) – ReWater MENA project, in collaboration with Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA) during the period April 4-11, 2021.
The daily capacity of a prospective plant is equal to that of the existing ones combined.
Egypt has set a number of green projects to accomplish within its Vision 2030.
The first batch is worth LE50 million.
Those are located in 106 villages across 18 governorates.
"Officials who aren’t able to impose order by dealing with construction violations have to resign," President Sisi.
The projects are constructed within a strategy to increase Egypt's water resources, and secure water for irrigation.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and a number of ministers visited Aswan to check on a number of projects and facilities.
EL-Gazzar clarified, in a statement, that 295 projects for drinking water had been completed at a cost of LE 38.5 billion.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madouli visited on Saturday Abou Rawash Wastewater Treatment Plant, which has been recently expanded and upgraded.
The ministry plans to raise the coverage of the water supply network, and 500,000 social and middle-income housing units will be built across the country.
That applies to farmers who committed violations pertinent to rice cultivation.
The president inaugurated the project on Tuesday.
South Sinai contemplates introducing water treatment plants operating in the Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) system.
The ministry denied laying off 25% of the employees of the administrative apparatus after drug tests.
Three water projects are being executed in the governorate of Beheira at a capacity of 87,000 cubic meters per day, with a total cost of LE 513 million.
US Embassy in Cairo announced operating two projects in the Upper Egypt's governorate of Sohag, in support of Egypt's goal to meet educational and sanitation needs of all people across the country.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi inaugurated on Saturday six housing projects and three water plants.
Home to a population of close to half a billion people, the Mediterranean region is deemed one of the most water-scarce areas in the world.
Planning Minister Hala El Saed said that LE1.1 billion would go to projects in Sohag, while the rest would be directed to Qena.