Saudi Arabia's Water & Electricity Company (WEC) has published a Request for Qualification to appoint a “Technical Consultant” to undertake a pre-feasibility study and assess projects technologies related to small scale sewage treatment plants (STPs).
These STPs vary in size from 1,000 m3 per day to 25,000 m3 per day and are located throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
WEC seeks to appoint a qualified and experienced Consulting firm as a competent “Technical Consultant” to support WEC in privatizing Small Scale Sewage Treatment Plant (STP’s) Projects.
The scope of work involves GIS analysis, preparation of a pre-feasibility study based on selection of site visits, support WEC in coordination with the relevant Water Sector stakeholders in KSA and (local/international) potential developers business communication.
The study will include the appropriate treatment technology for TSE Reuse for the initial STP’s and future expansion. This study may be used to ensure compliance with standard international PPP requirements and procedure, as well as those prescribed by the National Centre for Privatization in KSA.
The prequalified respondents will be announced on February 21 on WEC’s website.