Israel’s Mekorot Water Company to Develop Ugandan Water Infrastructures

May 3, 2011 at 6:13 pm | Posted in Africa, export, Israel, Water | Leave a comment
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Mekorot National Water Company will develop Uganda’s water infrastructures under an agreement signed with the government-owned National Water and Sewerage Corporation. Mekorot will ultimately build 11 dams and reservoirs to supply water to two million residents.

Mekorot will first build projects in Karamoja district in Uganda’s arid northeast, but hopes to expand its work throughout the country and to include the development of sewage treatment plants.

Mekorot is one of Israel’s many innovative companies in the field of water technologies to participate in WATEC 2011, Israel’s bi-annual water event to be held on November 15-17 (www.watec-israel.com).

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