Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Dubai’s AED 80 billion (US$22 billion) sewerage plan

Sheikh Hamdan announces The AED 80 billion (US$22 billion) sewerage infrastructure plan for Dubai which will serve Dubai’s ever growing population for the next 100 years.

Sheikh Hamdan and the Executive Council of Dubai have approved the construction of a groundbreaking centennial sewerage system designed to address the evolving needs of Dubai’s population over the next century. With a strong focus on advanced infrastructure and sustainability, the project will be implemented in collaboration with the private sector and aligned with key strategic frameworks such as the Dubai Economic Agenda D33 and the Dubai Urban Plan 2040. In doing so, it aims to reduce carbon emissions in the sector by 25% while promoting circular economy principles. Private sector involvement, encouraged by Sheikh Hamdan’s directive to the Dubai Municipality, underscores the vital role of collaboration in advancing Dubai’s integrated infrastructure, with private sector investments projected to exceed Dh1 trillion by 2033.

Paul Harwood, Managing Director, Westrade Group and organiser of Trenchless Middle East, commented: ‘‘This approval represents a significant opportunity for the trenchless technology industry. This aligns with our commitment to innovation and sustainability. We’re excited to see how our industry’s expertise will contribute to Dubai’s future”

For professionals in trenchless technology, the approval of Dubai’s centennial sewerage system signifies a significant opportunity. Trenchless technologies can play a crucial role in implementing environmentally friendly solutions and optimising the system’s operational efficiency. Moreover, with Dubai positioning itself as a global leader in modern, sustainable infrastructure, the sector could contribute to shaping the city’s future and setting new standards for urban excellence on a global scale.

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