Beheira waste water activity has been handed over to BWADC; and so BWADC became responsible for waste water collection, transportation and treatment.
Out of the states interest in improving waste water utilizes to maintain the environment & citizen’s health
BWADC has carried out the following activities:
- Listing & evaluating all the handed over assets (treatment plants – posters – networks).
- Survey all the handed over treatment plants, posters and networks and identify their tracks and levels on the streets.
- Pinpoint all waste water data on GIS maps.
- Provide operation and maintenance training courses for waste water staff.
- Provide waste water laboratories with the up to date analysis devices.
- Supply wastewater sector with inspection cars to inspect the new pipelines and repair any internal cracks by injecting grout, without digging the streets.
- Broken pumps in waste water treatment plants and posters have been repaired.
- Maintenance program (MP2) has been installed in waste water treatment plants and posters.
- Supply waste water posters & treatment plants with safety and occupational health equipment.
- Record and follow up operation and maintenance activities.
Future plan to cover Beheira villages with waste water services:
- 8 villages should be supplied with waste water service through polluted village’s project.
- 18 villages should be supplied with waste water service through the International Bank project.
- 13 villages should be supplied with waste water service through the decentralization project.
- – 76 villages should be supplied with waste water service through the projects of National Organization for Potable Water and Sanitary Drainage (NOPWASD)