Package Plant for Potable Water in Ethiopia

Drinking WaterWenji Villages, Oromia, Ethiopia,
Potable Water Package Plant for River Water
The village of Wenji is located in the Ethiopian region of Oromia near its capital Adama. Wenji is an agricultural center with irrigation farming as well as the sugar and paper industry. The families of the employees live in the surrounding villages. So far there was no local water treatment and drinking water was scarce. With the construction of a MENA-Water drinking water package system, the population of a village in 2015 was supplied with purified drinking water. In 2016 an second larger container plant was installed and additional villages were connected to the drinking water supply with a total quantity of 2000 m³/d. Continue Reading →

Solar Water Pump in Sudan

solarThe Sahara is one of the sunniest and also the driest regions on earth. Water here is a scarce resource but is essential for daily life. The village of Tamtam is located in the north of Sudan on an intercity road linking the capital Khartoum with the northern cities of the Nile and leading 300km through pure deserts. This settlement was built with several service areas and residential buildings and even a school. The water required for life must be pumped up using energy from over 100 m depth.
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Drinking Water Plant Update

GambellaProject: Rehabilitation & Upgrade of Potable Water Treatment Plant in Gambella, Ethiopia from 5040 to 10000 m³/day.

The town of Gambella is the capital of Gambella Regional State, a part of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. This region is located at the western tip of Ethiopia bordering South Sudan. Source of drinking water supply is the river Baro which is passing the town. As Gambella is located in the low land area the river maintains its quiescent and surface flow Continue Reading →

Drinking Water in Africa

TrinkwassercontainerMENA-Water established containerized potable water plants.
In Sudan, there are large irrigation areas with many villages, whose inhabitants got no access to clean drinking water. The water had be taken from untreated long irrigation channels and storage ponds and many diseases especially of children were the result.
Since 2008 MENA Water installed five container plants in different villages. Two more followed in 2011. The technology has proven itself in the difficult circumstances of very remote locations and now 5 additional container plants will be built. Continue Reading →