Moroccan capital eyes greater reuse capacity

A new study into water reuse in Rabat could broaden the city’s water resourcing options. Further inland, Marrakech has already seen the light.

The company in charge of water and wastewater services in the Moroccan capital Rabat is considering using treated wastewater to irrigate the city’s green spaces. Redal, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Veolia Environnement, launched a tender for a six-month feasibility study in December, setting interested parties a deadline of 15 January to submit their bids.

The contract is expected to ...

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