Located in north-western Egypt, the newly built Bahr Al-Baqar wastewater plant is the largest in Africa and one of the biggest in the world.

Water treated at the plant will be used to safely irrigate 140,000 hectares of farmland on the banks of the Suez Canal. It’s part of a wider project to reclaim land for cultivation to strengthen the local economy and boost local people’s standard of living.

Aliaxis Spain provided important technical advice on the project, which ultimately led to our pipes, fittings and valves being used extensively throughout the plant.

Our discussions with the project’s engineers led them to opt for durable and more cost-effective plastic rather than metal solutions. We then worked closely with the customer to select the best products.

Our teams in France and Italy helped manufacture and assemble components, which were delivered in record time. In all, we supplied 300 valves, more than 4 km of pipes and 7,600 fittings.

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