The National Water Company (NWC), represented by the Northwest Cluster, started accepting requests for connecting households to the sewerage system in parts of Al-Safa and Al-Bawadi districts in Tabuk. This is part of the company's plan to expand the provision of environmental services in the city.
NWC clarified that within the framework of the project to build main sewage pipelines and networks in the city of Tabuk, phase XII, sewage networks with different diameters amounting to (88,680) meters were built at a contracted cost of more than 98 million Saudi Riyals to serve the districts of Safa and Al-Bawadi by extending sewage services to beneficiaries.
The company stated that the implemented parts of the project were used by serving parts of Safa and Al-Bawadi districts. It called on the beneficiaries to request for the service through the company's e-channels. NWC is working to complete the implementation of the rest of the project, which includes the other parts of Safa, Al-Bawadi, Al-Akhdar, and Al-Shifa districts, in the first quarter of 2024.
This is consistent with National Water Company's plans to increase operational efficiency, improve customer service, expand environmental service coverage, and work to eliminate environmental damage.