Rather, the ministry is committed to following up on these projects to identify any workflow barriers and provide all necessary support to remove them.
A Ministry of Local Development’s report explained that citizens’ contributions will compose 40 percent of the projects’ costs.
South Sinai contemplates introducing water treatment plants operating in the Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) system.
The ad-hoc committee formed to examine the reasons behind the recent emergence of peculiar worms on Al Dekhela beach in Alexandria submitted its report.
The Ministry of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities will finish in August the execution of 1,440 residential units within Sakan Misr initiative, and 1,584 social housing units distributed among 66 buildings in Asyut.
The Municipal Authority of Aswan Governorate and the Armed Forces Engineering Authority signed earlier this week a cooperation protocol worth LE609 million ($35.5 million).
An art exhibition in the heart of the Egyptian capital reveals the urban memory or social developments that the city has witnessed for almost 100 years through its sewage covers.
Looking back at 2018 and ahead for 2019, we highlight some of the most crucial promising projects launched by the state.
The aforementioned projects will contribute to decreasing water shortage and accomplishing development endeavors.
A wrap-up for the most prominent business news of the day.
The total agreements signed are worth around €600 million.
The president has particularly followed up on supplying the new capital with the needed electricity, sewage and water facilities.
The new price of water for residential use ranged between LE 0.45 and LE 2.15 per cubic meter, while sewage fees were hiked up to 73 percent of water price.
Parliament must solve the problem of sewage mixing with drinking water in Qalyubia’s El Qanater El Khayreya City.