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NewsEGYPT: Acciona Agua wins New Cairo O&M contract
Spain's Acciona Agua and a local partner, ICAT, have won a contract from the Construction Authority for Potable Water and Wastewater of Egypt (CAPW) to operate and maintain the water network for the New Cairo area.
NIGERIA: 16-year water Master Plan approved
Nigeria's 16-year Integrated National Water Resources Master Plan was approved on Wednesday by the Federal Executive Council chaired by President Goodluck Jonathan.
Projects, Products and ServicesBentley Systems announces technology for management of underground utility networks
Software solutions company Bentley Systems Incorporated has announced the availability of its Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) technology.
WABAG to develop Saudi wastewater recycling project
Specialist sustainable water technology company WABAG is about to develop a wastewater recycling project in Saudi Arabia, which will treat wastewater from the Al Kharj industrial park, near Riyadh, so that it can be reused as service water.