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Riyadh governor inaugurates 93 Environmental Projects, Estimating SAR 8.5 billion

Riyadh governor inaugurates 93 Environmental Projects, Estimating SAR 8.5 billion

Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Riyadh, inaugurated recently (93) development projects for the environment, water, and agriculture system in the region, at a cost of more than SAR (8.5) billion, to support water and environmental sustainability following the objectives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

These projects, implemented by the Saline Water Conversion Corporation, the National Water Company, the Ministry of Water, and the National Center for the Development of Vegetation Cover and Combating Desertification, will contribute to meeting the increasing demand for water and its services, raising operational efficiency in water transportation and distribution, enhancing environmental sustainability and increasing vegetation cover in the Riyadh region.

These projects were implemented with the best practical practices and technical expertise, to reflect the functioning of the environment, water and agriculture system, following the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which reflects the keenness of the wise leadership to provide all means of decent living for citizens and residents.

The projects include the largest water transmission system in the Kingdom, the Jubail-Riyadh transmission system (the third phase), with a design transportation capacity of 1,200,000 m3/day, and a dual transmission system, with a total length of (821) kilometers long, and at a total cost of more than (6,318), SAR One billion, 53 water projects, and 35 sewage projects, in addition to three agricultural projects worth SAR 35 million, and vegetation development projects worth SAR three million.

The Riyadh Municipality revealed, through its official account on the social networking site “Twitter”, early this month, the details of the first phase of the “vacant land fencing” initiative in the city of Riyadh, which is one of the initiatives of the municipal sector at the level of the Kingdom, which aims to improve the urban landscape.

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