Dubai Sports City & Veolia Join Hands


French water services firm – through its local operations and maintenance company Moalajah – has been appointed to manage, maintain and enhance wastewater facilities

Veolia will operate and look after DSC’s own sewerage treatment plant, and the resultant high-quality recycled wastewater and treated effluent will be used to irrigate the vast array of sports facilities and gardens within the community.

This includes The Els Club’s 18-hole championship golf course, the ICC Academy’s two full-sized cricket ovals and adjoining practice pitches, plus the Dubai International Stadium, the numerous football pitches used by the Spanish Soccer Schools coaching programme and the rugby pitches too.

The large amount of greenery around the various communities within Dubai Sports city, including Victory Heights, will also benefit.

And the treated water will also be available for use by companies and communities outside of DSC, as required.
Commenting on the agreement, Dubai Sports City’s Chief Financial Officer Vijjay Sajjanhar said: “We have already been recycling our wastewater, but alongside Veolia’s local operations and maintenance company Moalajah we look forward to this area of operation going from strength to strength.

Source: Utilities-Me

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