The Régie Autonome de Distribution d’Eau et d’Électricité de Fès has earmarked 182.4 million dirhams for the first phase of the Oued Fès main sewer project in Morocco. This project will strengthen the liquid sewage network and combat the flooding that occurs in certain areas of the city during heavy rainfall.
The Régie Autonome de Distribution d’Eau et d’Électricité de Fès (RADEEF) is preparing to launch a major project to improve the city’s liquid wastewater infrastructure. Requiring a budget of 182.4 MDH, this initiative, which has just been announced, is intended for the first phase of reconstruction work on the Oued Fès main sewer.
The main objective is to reinforce the city’s liquid sewerage network, with a particular focus on flood prevention. Indeed, seasonal flooding has been a major challenge for parts of the city, causing disruption and inconvenience for residents. The reconstruction of this main sewer will play a crucial role in stormwater management, effectively absorbing heavy rainfall.
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A complex operation
The complexity of this operation cannot be underestimated. The promise to maintain sewerage services throughout the duration of the works represents a major challenge in itself, as the project requires meticulous coordination to avoid any interruption in services.
What’s more, rebuilding the interceptor of existing sewer networks involves delicate work that leaves no room for error.
In this context, the company is committed to ensuring not only that wastewater does not overflow, but also that the stability of the existing infrastructure is not compromised in any way. This calls for cutting-edge technical expertise, rigorous project management and constant attention to detail to minimize the risk of collateral damage.
RADEEF is also planning the extension of the WWTP
RADEEF is also planning major expansion projects. Firstly, it plans to launch work on extending the wastewater treatment plant, which represents a substantial investment of 300 MDH.
At the same time, another project is being planned. It concerns the construction of a treatment plant for the sludge generated by this main plant. With a budget of 134.1 million dirhams, this project aims to treat the city’s wastewater through drying, thereby significantly reducing waste and encouraging its reuse.
The company has also embarked on a wastewater recycling project that will produce up to 33,000 m3 of water per day. This innovative project will enable the watering of several green spaces (480 ha), the Royal Golf Club (70 ha), and the Oued Fès Golf Club (35 ha).
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