March 21, 2023
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that the nightmare of water scarcity. and Gwadar water contamination will end next year.

Gwadar Pro reported that the nightmare of water scarcity. and Gwadar water contamination will end next year. This is because about 168,000 residents in the port city. It have access to clean drinking water. Followed by the implementation of several water management projects. Including a pipeline system from three dams. Replacing the rusted and broken water lines. It connecting all houses and the desalination plant. To carried out by the Baluchistan Government and Gwadar Development Authority by 2022.

A desalination plant

The crisis situations China has always made a contribution to alleviate. its Gwadar water problems by handing out. nearly 1,000 rupees to 2 billion for a desalination plant. Under the supervision of the Gwadar Port Authority (GPA). the deputy said. “This is no longer a dream. It is true when Ankara dam Sawat Dam Shadi Kaur Dam Reservoirs near Gwadar. Its connected to continue supplying drinking water to Gwadar City.” Gwadar Abdul Razak Gwadar Prof. when considering the details in detail. He said the approximately 67 km long pipeline from the Savad Dam. with the capacity to supply 5 million gallons of clean drinking water per day (MGD).

The work should complete next year

Gwadar water costs 5 million rupees 3.8 billion. He said, nearly 90. Percentage of the construction of the Shadi Kaur Dam or 3.5 Billion with a capacity of 2.5 MGD of safe drinking water. to Chaud Dagar has completed. The rest of the work should complete next year. He revealed that the Ankara dam, built several years ago. Its connected to the two dams. which provide uninterrupted support for the local population of Gwadar. especially those living in the old city. Referring to polluted water due to wastewater mixing with potable water pipes. That connected to homes. He said the old, rusty, and worn-out network of pipes. it’s being completely replaced by modern specially insulated tap water. modern is line.

Provide clean drinking water

He is confident the cost of the project will completed next year at a cost of 3.5 billion. Zhang Bao Zhong, chairman of China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC). the serious Gwadar water problem residents of Gwadar are facing in an emergency. Basically, China has provided about Rs 500 crore, 2 billion in special grants to the government to start a 1.2 MGD desalination plant. He said the Gwadar Port Authority (GPA) would complete the project as soon as possible. GDA officials said the government had approved a 1.2 MGD desalination plant for Gwadar with the help of Chinese grants to provide clean drinking water. with the people of Gwadar.

CPEC Central Development

He said the construction of a 1.2 MGD reverse osmosis desalination plant on PC-1 has approved. by CDWP along with supporting infrastructure. Meanwhile, under the CPEC Central Development Working Party (CDWP). It has approved to set up a 5 MGD 5 billion RO plant for Gwadar to treat polluted deep sea water. and a series of mobile water tankers Currently. Gwadar water demand has grown to more than 5 MGD. Fortunately, the new water management system, which will be operational next year. It will contain excess water as it designed with future water demand in Gwadar in mind.

Wastewater treatment plants

GPA chairman Naseer Ahmad Kasani said that providing clean water to the people. Gwadar is Prime Minister Imran Khan’s main focus1.2 MGD and 5 MGD waste water treatment plants. part of the Prime Minister’s South Baluchistan project. Work on 30% of the desalination plant in Gwadar has completed. Approximately 30 percent. The desalination plant completed to supply 1.2 million gallons of clean drinking water per day to the residents of Gwadar.

Desalination plant completed to supply

Dawood Baloch, project director at the desalination plant under construction, said Monday. He said it was gratifying that work on the project progressed so quickly without any hiccups. He added that the process of thorough soil testing in the Gwadar. Port Free Zone area is continuing accordance with the guidelines of the Gwadar Port Authority (GPA). And the Government. He revealed that Along with the construction of a desalination plant. to desalinate 1.2 million gallons of water per day.

Progress in laying water pipelines

The Gwadar Port Authority is also making progress. In laying Gwadar water pipelines. approximately 1 km from the factory site to Gwadar’s. main water distribution network. As a result, clean drinking water will supplied via taps in homes. the people of Gwadar For this purpose. The Gwadar Port Authority has started a formal bidding process to hire qualified companies. He adding that after completing the bidding process on Nov 16. The selected industries will notified according to the rules. and regulations regulations contract to awarded.

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