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Baghdad to spend $172 million for sewage maintenance

  • Baghdad to spend $172 million for sewage maintenance
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Iraq has authorized the spending of nearly 250 billion Iraqi dinars (US$172 million) for the restoration and maintenance of sewage networks in the capital of the country, Baghdad, reports ZAWYA.

Mohammed Al-Rubies, Information Director at Baghdad’s Municipality, said to local newspapers on Sunday, that the approved sum would go towards repairing several sewage networks that have suffered damage because of old age in 14 areas of Baghdad.

“The cabinet has approved 250 billion dinars for the repair and maintenance of several water sewage networks in 14 areas in Baghdad,” Rubaei said, quoted by Aliqtisad News.

The maintenance and repair projects would continue for over one year and will also cover the maintenance of roads where the sewage system runs through.

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