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Sohar, Dutch firm sign deal to set up waste water plant

Oman Business

Oman's Sohar Port and Freezone (Sohar) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Netherlands-based Strukton International for the development of a revolutionary waste water treatment plant at the port, said a report.

The agreement was signed on the sidelines of the visit of Sigrid Kaag, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister for Foreign Trade and Development for the Netherlands, and Laetitia van Asch, Ambassador of the Netherlands to Oman, added the Times of Oman report.

The proposed treatment plant uses the new Verdygo modular technology for efficient and environmentally responsible waste water treatment, it said.

The new technology allows the treatment plant to rapidly scale operational capacity and deliver sustainable options for waste water reuse for industry or greenhouses, making a considerable reduction in traditional water and energy demands at the port and free zone.

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